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Re: New website > comments, bugs etc

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KIER wrote: And.........every airfield in the Order of battle has a strange scroll bar at the map and airfield location.


Another two of my pennies.


Kier
Thanks Kier,

Could you provide a screenshot of that particular situation? And which browser and version do you use? It is the first time i hear something about this bug. Anyone else who has the above issue?

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Re: New website > comments, bugs etc

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Good looking new site. Everything I tried till now worked but I need to log in every time I visit the site.
Will there be an option to stay logged in (like the old forum)
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The forum login still has the option to remain logged in. The website not yet. But we will add this option within a few weeks.

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Hello, could it be that the forum rss has changed or a new restriction to Google Reader? I use Google reader for my RSS feeds and they've stopped collecting RSS feeds on December 26th.
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Hiya!

Schiphol movs (members only) shows unexpected behaviour:
After logging in all months involved (July through November) link to the main page. Manually adding a link (e.g. http://www.scramblemagazine.nl/movement ... -movements) shows a '404'.

Please advise.

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Hi all people who made the new scramble web side. Thank you for the new web side. Looking good.

I wish you all a happy 2013 .

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theguide wrote:Hello, could it be that the forum rss has changed or a new restriction to Google Reader? I use Google reader for my RSS feeds and they've stopped collecting RSS feeds on December 26th.
It looks like our RSS feed is down. We will look into it.

Thanks for mentioning.

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Numbercruncher wrote:Hiya!

Schiphol movs (members only) shows unexpected behaviour:
After logging in all months involved (July through November) link to the main page. Manually adding a link (e.g. http://www.scramblemagazine.nl/movement ... -movements) shows a '404'.

Please advise.

Grtz,

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It looks like the movements of July and further on are not yet uploaded. This causes the problem.

The will be uploaded within a few weeks, we are working on it.

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theguide wrote:Hello, could it be that the forum rss has changed or a new restriction to Google Reader? I use Google reader for my RSS feeds and they've stopped collecting RSS feeds on December 26th.
Try "http://forum.scramble.nl/rss.php" it works fine with me.
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Don't know if this has already been reported:
- when I'm in the forum and click on "Where to go" I get some sort of introduction page. The menu on top looks different then the forum pages which is kinda confusing.
- also, the introduction page does not quite cover everything that can be found in this section: showdates and SIS summery are lacking;
- I have to click on "planning" in the crumble path to get the complete overview. This is not very intuitive.

Hope this helps, keep up the good work :)
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Looking NOT good.

IMO y'all have put the site thru an utterly pointless graphics change, :evil: really butt-ugly sissy bi-colors.
Is this to stay? for real? :roll:
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Thijs wrote:Try "http://forum.scramble.nl/rss.php" it works fine with me.
Thanks Thijs, I've found the problem:

my links: http://www.scramble.nl/forum/rss.php get redirected to: http://www.scramblemagazine.nl/forum/rss.php

Are you gonna fix this or do I have to change all my subscribtions, I've got multiple with f= and s= options :?:
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Niet zozeer website-gerelateerd, maar wel forum-gerelateerd:
Ik zat zojuist even verschillende movement-jaartopics van 2012 te bekijken en ik zag dat Geilenkirchen (30, civ+mil) en Kleine Brogel (13) aardig wat pagina's hebben. Misschien is het een idee om voor deze velden een subforum aan te maken?
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In navolging op de posting van EHAM zou ik onder uw aandacht willen brengen, de bewegingen binnen het "Koninkrijk der Nederlanden" (Netherlands). Zou het een overweging kunnen zijn om de bewegingen van de BES-eilanden, Aruba, Curacao en Sint Maarten onder te gaan brengen bij "Spotting Netherlands"?
Hawaii is immers ook ondergebracht bij "Spotting Canada & USA"?
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Is het juist niet meer zo dat juist die eilanden niet meer onder Nederland vallen of heb ik de klok horen luiden en.....

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