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    Default Do you dislike the recent forum changes?

    If you'd like to make your voice heard about the way the usability of the Adobe User to User forums has been changed please visit the link below and sign the petition:

    Adobe User to User Forums Usability Petition <http://www.PetitionOnline.com/Au2ufix/petition.html>.
    Phosphor Guest

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    Default Re: Do you dislike the recent forum changes?

    bump
    Iain McFadzen Guest

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    Default Re: Do you dislike the recent forum changes?

    Float again.
    Phosphor Guest

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    Default Re: Do you dislike the recent forum changes?

    Phosphor,

    would you please explain this funny petition service ?
    I have got an E-Mail, containing a template for a letter, signed
    by me, which I should send to others.
    IMO something commercial.

    Best regards --Gernot
    Gernot Hoffmann Guest

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    Default Re: Do you dislike the recent forum changes?

    In the high usage forums, it comes in handy to know where you have been just before you read a thread. It is bad enough to be sent back to the top PAGE if you read a message that is beyond your current page. Having to use the return via the "photoshop window" option (or whatever forum) just to get rid of the flags on what you have read so you can keep track of them is a real slowdown. That old "change of type color" for read messages was nice since one could just use the browser back button and you would return to exactly where you left the thread list to read a new message.
    Jerry Jensen Guest

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    Default Re: Do you dislike the recent forum changes?

    It is so much easier to use Outlook Express than to use the web interface.
    Go to Tools/Accounts and click on the Add/News button. Enter
    adobeforums.com at the News (NNTP) Server. After creating, select the
    account and then the "properties" button. Go to the Server tab and select
    "This server require me to log on". Enter your username and password and
    select "remember password". Upon closing you will be able to download the
    groups and select the ones that you want to "subscribe to".

    Larry


    Larry Ligon Guest

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