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  • #21
    This issue is now fixed. Any emails sent out from this point forward should take you directly to the post and NOT give you the dreaded "Please try logging in..." message.

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    • #22
      HALLELUJAH!! LOL

      My YouTube RC videos:
      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDZ..._bdGEJBmtV7YUw

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      • #23
        .........:Cool:

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        • #24
          Who's messing with the forum? All of a sudden it's scrunched up in the middle and there's a lot of gray space on the sides.
          Pat

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          • #25
            yes, please fix it.

            Bob

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            • #26
              Hi Guys,
              The new fixed width format is intended to improved readability of the forum when viewed on today's higher resolution monitors. If the forum is full width you tend to do a lot of reading left to right vs top to bottom. If you prefer to read the forum in full width, click the menu in the bottom left of the page (under the squawk logo) and select "Squawk - Full Width". See picture below.

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              I believe the process above will keep the setting permanently. If for any reason it defaults back to Fixed Width, you can set your preferences permanently by doing the following:
              1. click on your username in the top right of the forum
              2. go to User Settings
              3. click the Account Tab
              4. scroll down to where you see "Forum Style" and select your preference, either Squawk - Fixed Width or Squawk - Full Width.

              Please reply back if you have any difficulty.

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              • #27
                Changed it at the bottom of the screen, logged out and logged back in and it kept the Full Width setting without having to go into User Settings.
                Pat

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                • #28
                  Thank you!

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                  • #29
                    Question for the "people in charge" I guess... is there a way (or would you ever consider making a way) for a Squawk user to block seeing posts by certain members? As an example I can point at one forum for one of the new jets, where in the past few weeks there have been hundreds of posts between some "engineers" who have never flown the plane, arguing about technical details and which one of them is the most awesome and how everyone else is a dumbass. Its really tiresome and I would love to be able to simply not see their posts, that way I could see everyone else's posts and follow the other discussions. What I have in mind is similar to how you can block posts on Fbk from appearing on your own feed. This could be up to the viewer and so it wouldn't affect anyone else. Please consider this only as a suggestion.
                    Marc flies: FW & FL MiG-29, F4, A4, A10, F104, P38, Dauntless SBD, Corsair, both Tigercats, B17, B24, B26 & P61, Lipp.P19, ME262, Komets, Vampire, SeaVixen. AL37, FOX Glider & Radian XL.

                    Rabid Models foamies, including my 8' B17 & 9' B36... and my Mud Ducks! www.rabidmodels.com

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by themudduck View Post
                      Question for the "people in charge" I guess... is there a way (or would you ever consider making a way) for a Squawk user to block seeing posts by certain members? As an example I can point at one forum for one of the new jets, where in the past few weeks there have been hundreds of posts between some "engineers" who have never flown the plane, arguing about technical details and which one of them is the most awesome and how everyone else is a dumbass. Its really tiresome and I would love to be able to simply not see their posts, that way I could see everyone else's posts and follow the other discussions. What I have in mind is similar to how you can block posts on Fbk from appearing on your own feed. This could be up to the viewer and so it wouldn't affect anyone else. Please consider this only as a suggestion.
                      You can already do this (it's called the Ignore feature). Go to User Settings, click on Account, then scroll to the bottom. Just add user names in the field and their posts will be blocked from your feed.
                      Pat

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                      • #31
                        The IGNORE list is a great thing. I'm about to do the same with those two. I don't mind people with differing opinions, but when one user becomes a bum buddy to another to gang up on another, I absolutely hate to see that. That's one of the reasons I don't post much on the "other" forum. They tend to attract the lowest form of forum users. Unfortunately, this forum has grown much bigger now and it has become a magnet for those same sorts of users - arrogant, know it alls who thrive on the attention.
                        There is another way .................................... you flag and report the posts from those offenders who seem to gang up on another member to demean, ridicule and make fun of. I call it an internet gang bang. They seem to feed off each other. I think there are rules about such things.

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                        • #32
                          Originally posted by crxmanpat View Post
                          You can already do this (it's called the Ignore feature). Go to User Settings, click on Account, then scroll to the bottom. Just add user names in the field and their posts will be blocked from your feed.
                          thank you Pat. Agree with you XV. I get that everyone can have their opinion, but if I can filter out the ones that I just don't have any interest in,.then those guys can spout off all they want and I won't have to deal with it.
                          Marc flies: FW & FL MiG-29, F4, A4, A10, F104, P38, Dauntless SBD, Corsair, both Tigercats, B17, B24, B26 & P61, Lipp.P19, ME262, Komets, Vampire, SeaVixen. AL37, FOX Glider & Radian XL.

                          Rabid Models foamies, including my 8' B17 & 9' B36... and my Mud Ducks! www.rabidmodels.com

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                          • #33
                            I just joined, and want to subscribe to a section, and get this error. I already registered and can sign in.
                            • Sorry, only registered users can post and search on Hobby Squawk. If you are not a member, please click here to sign up for free!




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