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bernie

7th February 2013, 10:14
I'm happy with the new site!
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aspwatterson

7th February 2013, 10:20
I thought I was on the wrong site as I'd signed on via the library. But thank you for providing a free updated service and we'll just have to live with the ads I suppose!
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whatthe

7th February 2013, 17:10
I've logged on using Firefox and the blue button Update Information is fine.

Is there anyway that you can see the reply that we are replying to rather than just the original post? I've just had to go back to see what was said and then go back again. Or have I missed something? Thanks.
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trevor

7th February 2013, 17:16
Whatthe.
instead of clicking on Add Reply use the Reply to this post where it says "Report This Post - Reply to this post" at the bottom left of the actual post, rather than the bottom of the page.
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andyc

7th February 2013, 17:16
Click on reply to this post.
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whatthe

7th February 2013, 20:49
Ok, I'm not thick ((I'm not honest) but doing what you suggest I don't even see my original post - I get (in a box above 'Your Message} the text 'In Response to click on reply to this post' and that's it. I'm using IE so will try the same procedure using Firefox.
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syzygy

7th February 2013, 20:53
One must log in to see the Reply to this post button.

"I'm not honest" ?? Punctuation, please!
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whatthe

7th February 2013, 20:55
Ok, the gremlins are in as Firefox works ok, as does IE with reply to thread. Still have the issue in IE of Add Reply being superimposed being above Update Information.
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syzygy

7th February 2013, 20:58
Dump IE. It's another MS dog.

As others have said, no problems with Firefox or Chrome.
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whatthe

7th February 2013, 21:06
Personally I like IE better than Firefox or Chrome, but each to his or her own. It's only this site which causes it problems.
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