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    David,

    I found out that using the breadcrumb link does not mark the thread as read.
    I guess I just have to scroll.

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    No problem David.

    How about this one....
    When you click on the word "Replies" (in the same link as above), it opens a pop up window but the right column cannot be seen, no matter how far you stretch the window. Can this be fixed so that the contents of the window are visible without horizontal scrolling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkmcswain View Post
    How about this one....
    When you click on the word "Replies" (in the same link as above), it opens a pop up window but the right column cannot be seen, no matter how far you stretch the window. Can this be fixed so that the contents of the window are visible without horizontal scrolling?
    Yes. that IS something I can resolve. Try it again now and let me know how it looks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADTutor View Post
    Yes. that IS something I can resolve. Try it again now and let me know how it looks.
    Perfect. Little things make all the difference sometimes... ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Mac View Post

    A quick question - where is the equivalent of the 'User CP' button so that one can view new replies to subscribed threads?
    I still use the same URL, which is: http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/usercp.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkmcswain View Post
    I still use the same URL, which is: http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/usercp.php
    Yes, in fact, the "Settings" link is just a new name for what was the "User CP" link - it goes to the same page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevsmith View Post
    Does this mean that with new forums Re-Mark will be upgrading his avatar from the T-101 to the improved TX ?
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    nice fresh look guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocneasta View Post
    nice fresh look guys
    That's what I was aiming for - thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADTutor View Post
    I'm afraid that comes under the heading of "Get used to it".
    I tend to use this mindset when something is redone, such as a template or an updated program. There are some things that I already miss about the old one but I can see the potential of the new design. I'm already getting used to things and once my brain readjusts then everything will be good again, and probably would hate to go back to the old style after awhile.
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