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5 minutes ago, Herowynne said:

The new sidebar is useful, but it should only take space away from the posts immediately beside it at the top of the page.

 

That's actually a really good idea.

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Yeah I'm not that interested in the stuff on the right side of the threads as it makes it even harder to read peoples posts now because everything is scrunched together. Enter post zoom to 150 so you can read the posts easily. Zoom back to 110 and leave thread. 

 

It would be fine if there is a way to hide the sidebar for the ones that don't like it.

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11 minutes ago, myuhinny said:

Yeah I'm not that interested in the stuff on the right side of the threads as it makes it even harder to read peoples posts now because everything is scrunched together. Enter post zoom to 150 so you can read the posts easily. Zoom back to 110 and leave thread. 

 

It would be fine if there is a way to hide the sidebar for the ones that don't like it.

You do not have this?

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Of course as moderator you do, but I may be interested in other people feedback.

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I really like that long quotes now only display the first few lines, with an "Expand" option at the bottom.  That really improves page readability, particularly when someone decides to quote a very large block.  :thumbsup:

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11 minutes ago, CPU said:

I may be interested in other people feedback.

 

I have that, but it doesn't seem to do anything. The sidebar is still there at the top of the page regardless.

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So this is not a bug, but food for thought while the site is being updated a little bit...

 

Is it possible, in the Downloads section, to differentiate when an actual file has been updated vs. just the description of the file updated?

 

For example, lets say in the Skyrim section, I have 10 followers/waifus posted as individual mods/files.  I post a new follower today, and then go back to my other 10 mod pages and add a link there to my new mod.  Currently, when someone else comes to look at the Skyrim downloads, they'll see that I've submitted 1 new file and updated 10 others, when the reality is that I've really only submitted one new file, and all of my other files are exactly the same as they have been with only a minor change to the description.  When some mod authors don't use version numbers on their files, it's possible and likely that users end up with multiple copies of the exact same file because they think there's been a change, when there hasn't.

 

Not a complaint, not trying to single out any mod authors (because I appreciate the site and I appreciate the creators), just hoping this can be tweaked a little.

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I'd really like a toggle for the "reacted to" notification, which triggers whenever someone gives your posting or mod a thumbs up.

 

I can see why some people would like it (hence the request for a toggle rather than removal), but particularly as a mod author I'd really prefer not to get notified for every thumbs up.  That just clutters my notifications.

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3 hours ago, CPU said:

You do not have this?

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Of course as moderator you do, but I may be interested in other people feedback.

Sure do but only the one moving it from the left to the right side actually seem to do anything the other two do nothing, not matter which way they are set, well at least for me they do nothing anyway.

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The site seems to be considerably more responsive than it has been in the last couple of months ..... Before I was waiting as long as 90 seconds after clicking a link, now it's almost instantaneous

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It seems that  the new customizer isn't remembering my settings in a new tab.

 

Will see tomorrow if it remembers settings after I log out and return to the site 🤔

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