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Flat mode and all pages

metman
Dabbler
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Registered: 06-04-2007

Flat mode and all pages

Any chance of a flat mode and an all pages option?
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Community Veteran
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Registered: 04-04-2007

Re: Flat mode and all pages

Aren't these forums already in Flat Mode?
I'll look and see how easy it would be to do an 'All Pages' mode, or if the option already exists.
Colin
metman
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Registered: 06-04-2007

Re: Flat mode and all pages

Thanks Colin for offering to look at all pages option, my mistake re flat mode.
HSNetwork
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Registered: 04-04-2007

Re: Flat mode and all pages

:: shivers at the thought of anything similar to that aweful script ::
I hate what they have brewed up. Its a PITA to accurately follow a simple topic as your up and down in responses to 1 particular remark etc. Responding to a number of people is also a PITA as where now 1 reply is suffice, there you need to respond a number of times lol.
I love this just the way it is. Nice and easy Smiley
Pendragon
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Re: Flat mode and all pages

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I love this just the way it is. Nice and easy

Can I respectively second that?
The only thing I miss (unless I have something wrong with my settings) is the ability to see the thread (or the last couple of posts) I am replying too.
I have to open the thread in another tab so I can copy and paste any text into the reply window. Also is there a spellchecker?
Regards, Colin
metman
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Posts: 23
Registered: 06-04-2007

Re: Flat mode and all pages

To clarify.
When I first posted I didn’t know because of few posts if they were threaded or flat. I agree with most posters regarding flat and HSN’s ref to PITA is spot on.
The all page option saves having to keep loading page 1,2,3 etc.
As English has not been my first language for 30 years a spellchecker would be nice, but I usually copy and paste from Word, after spellchecking. Sorry about the grammar!
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Re: Flat mode and all pages

Why not use Firefox which includes a spoll chucker and helps stop yuo makeing posts with sily spellling misteaks?
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Superuser
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Re: Flat mode and all pages

Installing "ieSpell" from here provides spell checking for IE.
David
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Re: Flat mode and all pages

I use this; http://aspell.net/
Works a treat in Opera.
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