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The Shadowman
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From what I see sticky posts will soon be taking over page 1, which will, in my opinion, be bad design. Having to turn to page 2 to see the latest post can't be good.

However, I have a sugestion that I think will give us a little more time. If Dafydd was to remove "SoftDeko" from his Author title the lines would be considerably thinner.

Worth a try?

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The Shadowman
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Thank you for sorting that, Dafydd

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Dafydd B [Avatar]
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I might just do that - change my handle - overly long, I've been thinking about it for a while.

Stickies "taking over", something I don't want to happen - usually I go through the newer ones and change the settings. Some have been placed there at the request/conferring with CyberLink (W10 & competition etc).
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Fenman
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It's not bad at the moment. A while back the stickies almost filled page 1 on my 4:3 monitor leaving only two non-sticky posts and I commented on that situation at the time but they've been considerably trimmed back since then.



Edit: sorry, that was the (previous versions) page, but this page isn't too bad at the moment.

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Dafydd B [Avatar]
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Hi Fenman,
Yes, I agree with you they were and that really had a lot to do with amalgamation of the previous forums and the various stickies they had. I did a cull (made the posts "normal") and removed a whole load of "previous" stickies on the older builds, so far no adverse feedback.
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Fenman
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I guess that means you'll have to do the same again when PD13 gets shunted into the previous versions. smile Regards,
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Dafydd B [Avatar]
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Yep,
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It's my fault.
I was having a problem following all of Win 10 posts as I have not yet upgraded and was hoping to consolidate all posts to a sticky to make it easier to track upgrade problems - but I see users are still creating new Win10 threads and not using the sticky.
Sorry
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