New site - Bugs, Feedback & Questions

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Kepis

Bushcrafter through and through
Jul 17, 2005
6,284
1,155
Sussex
The only thing that I would suggest (and this is not getting at anyone in particular) is that you limit the amount of space you give to people for their own 'messages and quotes' at the bottom of their posts - it wastes so much space on the screen which could be filled with the next post!

If you go to preferences, under options it gives you the option to turn off seeing peoples signatures, works well and tidies things up nicely
 

Mesquite

Anyone for sailing?
Mar 5, 2008
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865
59
~Hemel Hempstead~
Ok... on the old site we used to be able to edit subject titles for threads (before the edit facility was removed) but I can't seem to be able to do that now.

Any chance of that option being available again?
 

Tony

White bear (Admin)
Admin
Apr 16, 2003
22,109
677
49
Wales
www.bushcraftuk.com
Yeah, things like signatures are the sort of thing that we have to go and reconfigure, we'll get on it, it's obviously more important than i'd figured :)
 

Ingels

Member
Nov 18, 2014
28
4
Lokeren
Hi,

When i post a Message in a thread and want to change that Message afterwards i can not find the 'edit' button...
Anyone that can help?
Thanks!

Ingels.
 

Ingels

Member
Nov 18, 2014
28
4
Lokeren
Have you selected the 'tools' button at the bottom of your post?
Hi Stew,
I can see the 'edit' button here in my previous Message but not in the thread i answered someones question in the member classifieds area...
The 'tools' button i can not find either...
Thx.
 

Nice65

Full Member
Apr 16, 2009
4,582
1,256
55
W.Sussex
I don't have a Tools button, just Edit. Edit is limited to post content and doesn't allow advanced stuff like title edit.

I'm wondering if there's a permissions issue with using the sales section.
 

Mesquite

Anyone for sailing?
Mar 5, 2008
23,855
865
59
~Hemel Hempstead~
Just wondering what the capacity is for private messages on the new site.

Is it the same as the old site, 100 for ordinary members and 500 for full?
 

Stew

Bushcrafter through and through
Nov 29, 2003
5,364
425
Aylesbury
stewartjlight-knives.com
Just wondering what the capacity is for private messages on the new site.

Is it the same as the old site, 100 for ordinary members and 500 for full?
That reminds me of an odd thing, just as a function of how xenforo vs vbulletin. On VB each message is it's own one. On xenforo, each message forms part of a conversation and they're all held together. If you have any old messages that transferred across then they'll have been kept as individual messages.