Looks like we have several forum changes, starting at about 6:30AM PDT on June 27, 2012.
If you are getting odd display (squished text, empty radio buttons, etc.) then try refreshing your browser's cache.
Good luck, and this appears to be an on-going process of updating.
Thank you. I had thought about posting here, but considered that many posters to the CS5/CS6 forum, might encounter issues, and not think to check here, or Forum Comments, I went with the main PrPro Forum.
Appreciated, and wondered where the post went...
I wonder if someone could post an image of the new look. I have the empty radio buttons, but otherwise things look good. I don't want to mess with that if the new look is worse that what I see now (and knowing Adobe, there's a high probability it will be).
At this time, that is the only way that I know of. Several folk have begged for a revitalization of "Last Post" button, but I do not know if the requests will make their way into the skins.
Others have also placed requests for better differentiation between Read and Unread threads in the main forum pages, but some of that might be browser related. I think that you mentioned an add-on for FireFox, that really helped you.
Good luck to us all,
I think the lyric is written, "..nothing left to lose..." Lose, not loose. Loose is what happens when you don't tie your shoelaces tightly enough.
PS - I can't help being the spelling and grammar police. I have a t-shirt that reads, "I am the grammarian about whom your mother warned you." I think it's a treatable condition, but my therapist won't see me anymore. He didn't like the corrections I made to his notes at the end of my sessions.
Dang, Spellcheck did not throw that out.
Hunt - on the loose...
PS - maybe that is how Dylan's nasal Midwestern "twang," sounded to my untrained Southern ear... ? Or maybe I just blew it?
PPS - I cannot blame this on my old, sticking O key, 'cause I got a new keyboard, without all the Yoodle crumbs and wine stains.
Hey! It's not dumb! I need that rhyme more and more every year. Unfortunately, it's usually preceded by 35 minutes of:
The Lost Key
My son used my wrench-of-the-socket
I can't find it now
In the toolbox I must remember to lock it
But I can't figure out how
loss of key
hunt on loose
socket to lose
But where's the moose?
PS - Actually, I think that my mind was in mid-stream planning an upcoming trip to New Orleans, and I was thinking about the 5th street, downriver from Canal St, in the French Quarter...
the moose are swimming for their lives...
if more than one goose is geese...is more than one moose meese ?