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Forum upgrade - What do you want?

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Please can you make so that if I past in from Word - it wont show all those word codes

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Greenwich_Man:
Please can you make so that if I past in from Word - it wont show all those word codes

Not sure that can be done.. Best bet is to compose in Notepad or something similar.

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How about a users reviews section. You could publish a generic pro forma and we fill in the boxes. Would be so much fun!

But you can already add user reviews to any of the product reviews hosted on this site. Simply click on 'Your opinion' on any review and write away....



Oh yes. Oh well, I suppose you're right. And actually, on reflection, it's quite a cool feature! Back to work for me. Sad




I'm surprised more people dont use it. i always check when i read a review if a reader has commented.

i agree with the suggestions for private messages and easy access to my posts. one site i use automatically enters a hyperlink with the words "click here" when you post a link, which is great. i also second the suggestion that the ability to copy and paste pictures would be useful.

Oh, and longer sigs would be great. as much as i like the pithy quotes some use, i like to be able to post my gear in it, and there should be enough to post all your main system stereo and home cinema kit.


EDIT - and simply being able to select italics or bold text as in Word, and some other forums, would be great. it would just help to EMPHASISE certain things in a world where writing in CAPS constitutes shouting.
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