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    Exclamation Last Month's Problems are Solved

    Last month's problems of the Java-Forums.org are finally solved.

    I am sorry for inconvenience. Due to personal reasons, i had to check the forum so late.

    Please check the details of the update below:

    • Logo is changed based on the selected slogan (The Slogan Poll)
    • Forum software is upgraded. (e.g. you can add tags to the threads now!)
    • Forum template is upgraded. (registration and moderation problems should be solved)
    • Left column of the forum is (including the ad there) removed.
    • Unused forum plugins are removed and remaining ones are upgraded.
    • Forum registration and thread posting are tested with a new user.


    If you see further problems about the updates, please reply to this thread.

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    Love the new look. :-)

    One problem is with the code tags. I don't like having to scroll left and right when reading codes. Take a look at the screenshot attached. Also, it be nice to have tab-spaces fixed to 2 or 3 spaces.
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    Scrolling is annoying, though it is better (in my opinion) than wrapping code...
    The tabs are far too large. They just increase the amount of scrolling that is necessary. 2-4 spaces would be great

    EDIT: Posted before noticing the new style of code box. The scrolling problem is a lot worse now.
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    I don't like having to scroll left and right when reading codes.
    I don't like that either. I changed the code width to 900 pixels now.

    it be nice to have tab-spaces fixed to 2 or 3 spaces.
    I don't think that there is a vbulletin option for this. It is probably a copy-paste issue.

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