Originally Posted by Kaplan
Posted these before in the 'Transparent Moderation' thread:
Couple of things that would be nice to have adressed:
Getting a bunch of HTML when quoting. (Think I've solved this by setting the 'Preferred Editor Type' to 'Rich Text' in my profile setting - why isn't this the default?)
Not being able to use 'Crtl+i', 'Crtl+b', etc when posting. (Seems to work now - due to the Rich Text editor?)
Not getting e-mail notifications from subscribed threads. (Have received a couple of e-mails now, but not from a lot of my recently updated, subscribed threads.)
Not going to first unread when trying to.
The ads on the right hand side take up way too much real estate, epecially when not on a wide screen display.
Some smileyes in older post have been replaced with obnoxious smiley giffs.
Would be nice if the sigs could be moved down to the bottom of the post.
I know it's purely aesthetic, but the white around the non square avatars is a step back.
Is there any way of seeing if you're subscribed to a thread without going into the 'Subscriptions' folder? (Like the old √ sign next to the thread title.)
Could you please make the font 'non specified'? Or is there a way to change it here?
The Rich Text Editor is a piece of 3rd party software that some users like but many have found it to cause errors. SF users were defaulted to the BbCode editor, as it is similar to what was on the old platform and causes fewer problems.
There's been some delay in email notifications going out, but that will resolve in the next 24-48 hours.
The forum lists will take you to the last post in a thread. Our Platform doesn't record the last unread post.
The only other place you can adjust your subscriptions is from the Activity Stream on the homepage- if you are subscribed to a thread you will see a rollover notification of this when you mouse over various threads. Clicking the "X" here should unsubscribe you.
As for the rest of your comments, these are essentially how our platform works, and there are no user-settable adjustments to be made, sorry.