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Help, Suggestions, Future of The D-Word

Difficulties with The D-Word? If you can't find the right answers on our Help page, please post in this topic. Ideas for future D-Word releases or projects can be posted here as well.

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Ryan Ferguson
Wed 30 Jan 2008Link

I love the customizing abilities of the new D-Word format, but, and I may be the lone moron who has this problem, I have accidentally hid topics probably ten times while trying to go back to topics list. I've noticed and fixed it immediately about 9 of those times, but at least once, I didn't realize for like a week that I was missing a topic. I guess I'm not even sure why someone would hide topics in the first place. Maybe put the option in a different place where I don't accidentally click on it. Of course, if I'm the only one, than... well, don't worry about it, I just need to work on my mouse skills.


Ben Kempas
Wed 30 Jan 2008Link

It has happened to others, too. I think we just need a bigger space between the two links.


Sarah George
Sun 3 Feb 2008Link

i'm an oldtimer still adjusting to the new interface...
is there a way to page thru topic like before? ie, i start at the top and then just keep clicking thru all postings in all topics until i'm done?


Ben Kempas
Sun 3 Feb 2008Link

Yes, Sarah, the "Read xx new postings..." link at the top left of the list of Topics will take you on a cruise through all Topics. To get from one to the next, click on "Read next Topic with new postings..." at the bottom of all Topic pages.
Is that what you meant?


Doug Block
Sun 3 Feb 2008Link

Ben beat me to it, Sarah. It's the same method of navigating new posts as it used to be, just in a different place.

Ben, why are you Ashamed?


David Herman
Sun 3 Feb 2008Link

Doc Doug's question makes the definition of this thread pretty broad.


Doug Block
Sun 3 Feb 2008Link

Just trying to help. Might even have a suggestion.


Ben Kempas
Mon 4 Feb 2008Link

Sorry, that location line was entered in another topic, and I forgot to change it back.


John Burgan
Mon 4 Feb 2008Link

Ashamed to still use Avid, perhaps?


Sarah George
Mon 4 Feb 2008Link

thanks – i figured it out but shows just how rusty i've become. too long away!


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