Member No.: 1
Joined: 12-May 04
1. The edit button has been removed temporarily - perhaps for 15 days - so that some debugging will be carried out.
2. The avatars and other member info have been removed from the left from each post. Useful member info can now be seen on top of each post. By this means, we avoid a lot of wasted space. What do you (all members) think of this new layout?
Member No.: 10778
Joined: 2-August 08
Thanks for your answer Antonis, how you doing!
It took me a long time to choose the avatar for myself and now all that 'hard' work for nothing. I liked to browse this forum because it looked alive to me with all those avatars and information about members activity. Now it reminds me on a FASM forum. It would probably look good to me if I did not know better, but who am I to demand something else. If that is better for the winasm.net, go ahead
Member No.: 17238
Joined: 10-January 09
I think it is great for publishing "articles." Perhaps the topic starter should be able to edit this at will? (Showing hiding thread sidebar?) The new format gets a little tough on the eyes for reading sometimes. The new format more closely resembles the page of a book.
Some more helpful info.. White space trimming BAD this seriously inhibits structured text formatting. ['CODE'] elements should also respect tabs and have scroll bars. An align element addition would be superb.
A 'nolabel' tag for the ['CODE'] elements would be great so we can name our code boxes with our own custom labels.
It might also be nice to be able to show or hide textboxes with a button. This way authors could post optional content without disrupting those who do not need it (I.E. second, third, language posts or MASM CODE, TASM CODE, FASM CODE)
So: ['align'=left/center/right]content here['/align']
['code'=collapsed nolabel] ;(into an expand button)
And lastly, the post page textbox should have scrollbars and be equal to the width of the "public content area," and the "smileys" need to be moved to a panel equal to the width of the posting textbox, and be placed just below it.
These would be OUTSTANDING additions if you can add them. Note that I single quoted these items so they would not be interpreted.
If you need help with your scripts or formatting let me know. I know perl have an interactive development environment for testing and coding perl for linux systems, on windows and I used to code PHP. I have an IDE for this as well. I also have many books on these topics and adobe dreamweaver CS4 and fireworks CS4.
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