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Renee, another thing I noticed - when viewing the list of forums and I go double-click the blue box with the check mark in it, that check mark doesn't instantly disappear anymore; however, after refreshing the page, the checkmark is then gone (as it should be).
I will let the tech team know so it can be fixed. Also, when I look at the recalls it seems to be populated for me. Can you check again?
That's not really a valid comparison there... you're comparing the front page of a forum (with the list of threads) with the first page of a thread - two entirely different types of pages.
Here... I will give you an EXACT comparison. Same page on both. Still same result
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2005 "THE DIESEL" Ebony Black Excursion 6.0 183k miles STUDDED, TUNED
1997 "THE T-BIRD" Currant Red Thunderbird 4.6 127k miles
2008 "THE LINCOLN" Ebony Black Mark LT 103K miles (wifey's)
Looking at the components, the space is really the same, just the ad and search bar are in a different position down from the menu. The biggest change is the header graphic is twice the size. I'm on a 23" monitor @ 1680x1050 and it's sized nicely.
I like the fact that it goes right to the log in now. I had my link set so it would before, but if I typed in the URL it went to the old home page and I had to select forums to get a log in screen. I agree with Jim, but I am also running adblock plus so don't see the ads. I just tried it disabled, and there is the sponsor list.
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