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New format

James Mc posted on the 23/10/2017 12:30:33 PM

Like the new format of the site, but the forum page itself is a bit spaced out - I only get 3 topics on my screen at once. I know this is the latest "look" for phones and tablets, but it's a shame I need to scroll past a lot of whitespace.

7 Replies :

#1 - Si replied on the 23/10/2017 2:45:27 PM

Yeah far too spaced out...

#2 - Robert~DO replied on the 23/10/2017 7:19:29 PM

Thanks James, Si.
All feedback appreciated on the New Format.
Interested to know what you are viewing it on. Is it too spaced out on your phone, tablet, laptop, computer - all?

#3 - wullie replied on the 24/10/2017 12:00:24 AM

Can we have a bit of colour please,its like sitting in a dentists surgery.

#4 - Robert~DO replied on the 27/10/2017 2:02:19 PM

Sorry - if you have tried to send a post or reply to the forum recently as there was a problem with the auto-response. This is now fixed.

#5 - James Mc replied on the 30/10/2017 2:43:18 PM

The spaced-out issue isn't an error, more a style preference of mine, feel free to ignore. And I like the white, easier to read in work without looking like you're up to something you shouldn't be!

I wish there was more turnover on the forum, lively discussions, multiple active threads. Not a criticism of the site, just a wish! Any way to promote for engagement?

#6 - Ami replied on the 2/11/2017 3:27:02 PM

I thought the site had disappeared at first but glad to have found it in the new format. I agree it's a little bit sterile looking but i've gotten used to it now so it's fine....especially as James says reading whilst at work!
I only came across the site by accident so what about asking the DCC to promote the site on twitter? That might give it a bit more visibility?

#7 - Pat replied on the 3/11/2017 1:41:36 AM

Courier is not a very legible typeface. Better to use Ariel!

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