Hi Floyd - I like the new feature that outlines new posts on a page. It's an easy way to visually find the ones you haven't read yet. Nice touch! Thanks for coming up with all these good things.
Thanks! Still some tuning going on... but it is getting better.
I really like that too, as well as being able to track new posts on "All recent content" (via the ACTIVITY TRACKER at the bottom of the screen) and the "My recent content" tab behind it when signed in. I have found a few posts to me there that I would not have seen otherwise (still not getting email notification for anything, not even PM's, even though my account is set up for it---any suggestions Floyd?)
Hm... My guess is that your ISP doesn't yet trust my new server. Do you have a spam folder and if you do have you checked it? Someone else who has a @comcast address recently mentioned that TFL messages were getting marked as spam.
I check the spam folder pretty often and I'm not on comcast, but I did just get a message tonight saying there is a problem with the security certificate on the site ... names not matching ... I don't think that has any impact on my email though, and this is the first time I've gotten that here. I haven't yet tried changing to another email.
Strangely, I've also had problems logging in. Sometimes I get a small white login window, and sometimes a larger tan one. Sometimes it lets me in, but often it doesn't regardless of which window I get. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to it. Just depends on how lucky I am :-)
Hi Floyd, if we could have an option to re-size the screen on mobile devices, the whole thing would be just perfect. Thank you.
Floyd, I work on a wide-format main screen at 1680 x 1050 resolution. In Firefox 20.0.1 I can re-size my browser window narrower and the formatting flows just as I would expect, with the multiple columns reducing to single and things streaming down the screen rather than across.
When I resize to a wider browser window however, at about 1000 pixels of width the content stops resizing to follow the window, and only the background continues to grow to fit. The interior content never expands beyond that (roughly) 1000 pixel center "column", and the gutters along the edges just get wider.
I don't consider this a "problem" per se, but I did wonder if this was as intended. In long posts like recipes it is handy to be able to read near the bottom while still being able to see the top of a post. I use two browser windows for this now, and it works, but as I said, I'm curious.