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Good things are happening
Published on July 6, 2006 By T-Man In Object Desktop

The Stardock Forums have just received a complete redesign.  If you are not reading this post via forums.stardock.com then click here to view the new layout.

We have listened to the voices of our users and customers and have taken great strides to improve our forums.  For those of you who are used to other bulletin board systems you will find that our new layout is modeled a little more closely to other forum software programs available which will make navigation more similar.  For those who are used to the Stardock Forums you will notice the main view has changed where we are now showing the difference Categories available and in order to view posts you need to click on the corresponding category.

Many other things have changed as well and we have many more changes to come.  And in short time we will also be migrating our other forums (WinCustomize, GalCiv2, TotalGaming, etc) to this design as well.

Please navigate around and let us know what you think.  Enjoy!


Comments (Page 1)
on Jul 06, 2006
Looking good!
on Jul 06, 2006
Test post using FireFox
on Jul 06, 2006
I had to go back to the forums page, seems I cant post a comment from the new interface, but it does look nice.
on Jul 06, 2006

I had to go back to the forums page, seems I cant post a comment from the new interface, but it does look nice.

Too many versions of firefox and opera.  One works one way, and not the other.  Should be fixed shortly.

on Jul 06, 2006
Looks clean. Gonna take a while to get used to.

Like that 'who's on' down at the bottom of the forum home page - much easier to tell who's with Stardock. Does it also show the various Admin/Mods when they're on?

on Jul 06, 2006
whoops, still seeing the old forum...checking out the new forum link now
on Jul 06, 2006
T-MAN,

For the past week, I have not been able to use the smiley button to successfully assign a smiley in comments.

I can access the list when clicking on the button, but clicking a smiley results in a slight drop of the whole page (sort of like hitting "Enter" button at the bottom of a text box) - but no smiley symbol appears.

I can assign a smiley by typing the symbols.

Running IE6 (6.0.2900.2180_xpsp_sp2) on XP Pro w/SP2 and all MS security updates.
on Jul 06, 2006
Sorry about this, but here's another browser, T-man. Safari. On the mac, the graphics and text don't line up. 
on Jul 06, 2006
IE6 same version number as Corky.

No smilie when clicked.

But I can right click one, open properties, copy the address and the use the 'insert image option'. Have to do the same with smileyxtra using FF.
on Jul 06, 2006
Looking good, for the most part
on Jul 06, 2006
Quote function with FF 1.5.0.4 not working

Font box, Size box and all the text while in the add a reply box is underlined

Smiley worked with FF

SmileyXtra now seems to be working

having everything underlined makes me think I'm typing one long link.
on Jul 06, 2006
No underlines when typing using advanced mode

checking color options


this is too complicated for me
on Jul 06, 2006
Of course smiley works with FF...Firefox rules
on Jul 06, 2006
Looks clean. Gonna take a while to get used to.

Like that 'who's on' down at the bottom of the forum home page - much easier to tell who's with Stardock. Does it also show the various Admin/Mods when they're on?


Quote not working for me either. I'm not seeing the "who's on" thing. Heh, apparently the formatting isn't working either, and not taking me to my post after posting.
on Jul 07, 2006
FF smiley's working per Bichur. And the IU is quite fabulous!!  I like the who's on at the bottom of the page like everyone else!! 

It's certanly getting there, T-man!!   
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