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Timings in new posts?


Housten

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Good Afternoon,

I noticed in the last 3 or so days that the site developers had started using am/pm for posts, and then I noticed that something was not quite right! It may be that there are people looking at this at the moment, but I think something should be put on the front of the site to let us – the users – that there is something being done about the problem. So I have looked at it myself so that I can be certain that I, at least, appear to be correct in my comments, before asking if any other of you have noticed this annoyance.

What I have used is “Headphones only work from Front Panel”, and is entirely irrelevant to the point I wish to make. If you look you will see that “williamj” posted first at 3.42 yesterday afternoon, and then various people contributed until “Ian in Northampton” posted at 7:34 PM. The next post is that of “gengiscant” who posted yesterday at 8:57 AM, who is followed by “williamj” who posted yesterday at 12:17 PM, followed by others posting during the evening but yesterday and today, and then the penultimate post this morning and the last post this afternoon. It just might be me but I think that whilst the idea is very good its execution is somewhat flawed. I have attached a list of the people, and the times, who have posted so these can be checked, and if I am wrong then I hope someone will explain to me where and how I am incorrect.

williamj : Posted Yesterday at 3:42 PM gengiscant : Posted Yesterday at 5:27 PM Fruit Bat /\0/\ : Posted Yesterday at 5:39 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 5:51 PM williamj : Posted Yesterday at 3:42 PM gengiscant : Posted Yesterday at 5:27 PM Fruit Bat /\0/\ : Posted Yesterday at 5:39 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 5:51 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 5:59 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 6:38 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 6:40 PM gengiscant : Posted Yesterday at 6:41 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 7:34 PM gengiscant : Posted Yesterday at 8:57 AM williamj : Posted Yesterday at 12:17 PM williamj : Posted Yesterday at 3:42 PM Ian in Northampton : Posted Yesterday at 2:29 PM williamj : Posted Today at 5:13 PM
gengiscant : Posted Today at 5:16 PM williamj : Posted Today at 11:56 AM. Ian in Northampton : Posted Today at 1:53 PM
Has anyone ANY comments?

PS Sorry about length of post.

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lotvic

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To get thread ticked as Resolved just click on the big grey tick on the right of whichever post you feel like. The grey tick will turn green and then when you refresh the page it will show as Resolved.

I have discovered by experimenting that if you change your mind you can then reverse the procedure and untick it

Also if you don't want to receive email notifications you have to click on the unsubscribe link in one of the emails you get.

If you ever get the 'please wait' hanging when you are trying to post, a quick refresh of the page and then click on Post seems to work.

It's a learning curve through experimenting with different functions... ;-}}

A deuce of a job trying to remember it all.

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