Technical Discussion Board - Breaking down into Sub-Boards?

tomatocity

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Checkswrecks said:
We now have the sub-boards (also known as child boards) and are starting to move threads into them. Please use the new sub-boards to start new topics, which really helps us in that we don't need to spend the time to move new posts.


When you click on "Forum" beneath your avatar, the child boards are just a list. Be aware that if you simply click on "Technical Discussion" then the sub-boards will instead show as a list. That way they will be a lot easier to read.
Like the idea and function of the Sub-Boards. The same size Title text would be nice for us vision challenged riders.
 

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tomatocity said:
Like the idea and function of the Sub-Boards. The same size Title text would be nice for us vision challenged riders.

Three changes as a result of it so far.
1. Shortened the titles of the sub-boards.
2. Clarified a couple. Haven't found a way to change font, probably because the forum software uses defaults for each of the ways we can see the forum. We have this problem with some of our work applications, in that software designed for a full size monitor becomes microscopic and unusable when seen on a tablet or phone.
3. Will stop creating "MOVED" messages when consolidating the Accessory & Modification sections, as the messages just create clutter for people using "Show Unread Posts." The existing MOVED posts are being deleted.


PLEASE keep the feedback coming.
 

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tomatocity said:
Like the idea and function of the Sub-Boards. The same size Title text would be nice for us vision challenged riders.
Most browsers have the ability to zoom the overall size of the text. I use this in Safari, which is command+ on the Mac.
 

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AVGeek said:
Most browsers have the ability to zoom the overall size of the text. I use this in Safari, which is command+ on the Mac.

Thanks!!! I have been doing PC's since seems like 100 years ago and did not know the ctrl + and ctrl - commands. Thanks again.
 

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I discovered by accident control? (ctrl) and the mouse scroll wheel. Great for zooming pictures. >:D
 

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Don in Lodi said:
I discovered by accident control? (ctrl) and the mouse scroll wheel. Great for zooming pictures. >:D
Same thing can be done directly with the keyboard by doing Ctrl with the minus and plus sign keys. Replace Ctrl with Command on Macs.
 
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