Flickr Peak Rambler
Shambles is what I'd call this Forum. P45's spring to mind. I don't have videos on Flickr but I've noticed it's been getting a bit cranky.
I've not heard of Oath. I thought it was SmugMug that took over from Yahoo.They are Smug and we're the Mugs.
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In reply to TeeJay:
Shambles is what I'd call this Forum. P45's .spring to mind
More like a bus pass it might go faster Tony lol
TJ, you're right, I got it wrong, it was AOL (USA) that is now part of Oath.
AOL UK was bought by TalkTalk.
TeeJay said:So I see. I thought it was behaving oddly Seems it's not just the RSPB that can mess up.
I think generally software is a big mess today, there's too much individuality and less harmonisation in many prog/websites, and mobile devices are a classic example, where you have to have the app before you can access the site/data or whatever.
30 years of the WWW.....
In reply to SheilaFE:
Hazel C said:
No the name is missing on the first post Hazel.
Thanks Sheila, I did undertand that in the end, but you have to click on the post to find out who started it. If I have 5 or 10 minutes to spare, I don't want to have to click on all the posts to see who started them. I can't see why it's not on the front page as it used to be, so much more useful.
I also loose too much time trying to find threads that I have commented in. This appears in the subforums like Allcreatures, so why not on the front page?? Frankly I've almost given up. Sorry folks. If they sort this place out maybe someone will let me know.
P.S. The quotes STILL don't work..........
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
Elliott B said:
p.s. I also know there are a few concerns with the current rate of Moderation within the Community - this is being looked at and I hope to be able to update you further in the coming days."
@ Elliott, this community is now becoming so difficult to follow, with all the Spam, several Members have said they would Moderate and Alan has even filled in the Volunteer form to that effect.
PLEASE can you ( Elliott) do something to assist.Thank you.
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