At my first login on the new style, I marked everything as read. Now threads with new posts snow up in Boldface and have a big white dot to the left of the title [Edit -- it's not a big white dot, although it looks like it to my old eyes. It's actually two stacked dialog boxes]. Shows up very well (at least in Dark Mode). It also appears to take me to the first unread post when I open the thread the second time.Dark mode is nice, but "Recommended Reading" is an annoyance. And I still have not figured out a good way to detect if I've already read a topic. There seems to be some way that the topic ICON changes to reflect if you've clicked on an elusive "Mark all read" button. But using the How old data is a manual nightmare. You first write done the time your viewing the posts, then the next time you enter you use that data to figure out manually how long it been so you use that number to determine whether you have read all the posts. A classing example of the programmer missing a key need of the users. I keep plugging away at it will probably discover a solution.
Biggest gripe is the useless and obnoxious add filled "Recommended Reading", should be an optional setting.
Yes, but this is a bit different. Should they have warned us you bet, but this Forum has much better security and trust me after running several forums myself, you have a pantload of spammers trying to get in every hour. This forum Verticalscope software and is used by quite a few people and keeps the bad guys outI agree with Don (above) that the Euro train home heading pic needs to be changed to a US RR scene. (Ironically though, the engine was made by, I think, the USRA, or maybe Lima, or Baldwin ..and was shipped to many countries around the world back then... But those 4 wheel wagons ! Ugh !
Not quite sure what you mean by that. This forum now uses the XenForo software platform, where previously it was vBulletin....This forum Verticalscope software ...
I don't like the new format. In the upper right corner there are 3 dots. Click on it and select dark mode. It seems easier to read.
According to the front end, this is a Class 84 built between 1932 and 1937 in Germany. Many were damaged during the war and most ended up in East Germany post-war.I agree with Don (above) that the Euro train home heading pic needs to be changed to a US RR scene. (Ironically though, the engine was made by, I think, the USRA, or maybe Lima, or Baldwin ..and was shipped to many countries around the world back then... But those 4 wheel wagons ! Ugh !