There seem to have been some recent changes to the forum, which, in my opinion at least, are making things more difficult.
Firstly, the forum will allow a user to type a reply to a post, before requesting that the user logs in. This can be very annoying, as what has been typed is then lost when you have to leave the current page in order to log in. If we MUST log in each time we visit the forum, rather than allowing a permanent cookie to be set (which I have mentioned before, and would be much easier), can we have the log in request as soon as the Reply button is clicked, rather than after writing the post?
Secondly, what's this new 'Photos' tool? I have just tried to upload an image, which I managed eventually, but the 'Photos' dialogue doesn't fit on the screen, so the 'Post' or 'Insert' button isn't visible! I'm hopeful that this is a 'work in progress', which will improve, but I don't see the advantage over the old 'Insert Image' tool.
Thank you for your feedback.
You should normally not loose what you have typed before logging in. On which platform and browser do you experience the loss of your message? This was changed to help engaging people.
Regarding the new "insert photo" (rather than image), this as come with a recent upgrade of our community. Again on which platform (and resolution) do you experience the wrong window size?
We are indeed currently working on visual and technical improvement for our community on the various platforms.
Thanks for providing so quickly the details. I'll investigate these issues.
Just if it can be helpful.
With "Photos" I also have broken view. This is not totally visible (like pin to down of page) and look not totally good.
but I able to use probably all features (of Photos): upload, edit, add and just using this.
Check just with Internet Explorer 11 64bit mode (88% of Zoom), system resolution probably is 1366x768 (with 100% size of text/other). And settings/preferences under F-Secure Community is "small" size of text.
Sorry for reply.
Thanks Ukko for the additional information.
@Simon, I just tried to post a reply to this thread without being logged in, using Seamonkey 2.40, and after logging in(as prompt after clicking on "post") my reply was not lost but published.
EDIT: initial post was a test
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