OK, I unpinned the other ones, and have collected (thanks Hicks) a lot of stuff, there is more out there, and there will be more out there, but I want just ONE thread to cover it all.
As some of you may have noticed, this board also has a todo thingie, I will use that here, not in this thread but for this board, and basically everything posted in here will go in to my todo.
Now for somethigns you need explanation, I will do that here and then add them to the "FAQ" yes, this site has a FAQ and also a decent help section which we will improve, in that we can explain things, and find new things out.
I appreciate help on doing that. lemme know
There is some stuff you will have to get used to and some that will or is worked on. Again, all of that is handled in this thread and this thread only.
If you post it seperately you have a decent chance of me not noticing it
If you have problems with a browser, or that you think are only you, then feel free to email me, firstname.lastname@example.org and I promise you I will look into it and try to help you asap. Please however be aware that I need a clear description of you problem and any possible error code it produces.
Now back to current matters:
this is a bug, the comma cuts it off, for now not use a comma, the bug has been reported and will be fixed int he next update on Sun or Mon. (not the one yet that I'm going to do in a little while)
Mozilla (Firefox?) users have a problem with this, it is being worked on, in the update of today some issues to make the forum W3C complient are addressed more to come of that over the coming weeks for now, pls just type them (if you click all you see the code in the list)
At this moment the board is not set to "What You See Is What You Get" (wysiwyg) however we will set it back to that again, the only reason it is not now is because there is a small problem with posting html then. after the weekend this will be fixed and those pasting html code (copy and paste a page from antoher site for instance) need to do something to make it "easy" to do so.
Before posting you select "html" in the pull down menu next to the box you paste in, then paste.
You will then find that is works fine.
(that is only applicable when wysiwyg is on)
As you saw when we had wysiwyg on, when that is on you will get a box/bar just like on the old board which allows you to click on an icon like there.
Since this is off it does not show, when it is on it will show again.
In the mean time you can click on the bbCode (and yes that works in all browsers) however it does not (unlike phpBB) give you the "close" tag straight away. If you insert what you want and are done, you click "ctrl-space" and it will create the closing tag.
This again is a matter of wysiwyg on or off, as long as it is off you need to enter bbCode to show it as a link, either use the menu or type [url] url goes here [/url ] yes without the spaces
Ok add your stuff, comment wishes whatever, remember ALL in this thread only.