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post #31 of 95 (permalink) Old 10-23-2015, 11:59 AM
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I thought we were defined by 1983-1997 Thunderbirds Cougars, and etcetera platforms, including Mark VII and VIII. I don't really see any reason to exclude them after 15 years. I think the reason we have moved mostly towards the newer MN12s is the passage of time. My car is a 1989 model, built in December of 1988, and even my car is old by comparison to most of the membership here. Just because time has left some of us behind, doesn't mean that WE should leave them behind. I recall a member who has joined us just a couple of days ago who has Mark VIIs, but just bought his first Thunderbird. I feel these people should be welcomed. At the very least, as one more place that supports their hobby.
Well the aforementioned member joined only after he got a 1994 4.6 Tbird so...

But of course they're welcome, but other than to stay and chat there's really not much to their continued benefit here since Fox chassis tech is sparse on our forum, and has been since 2002(the passage of time has little to do with it) and quite literally can be found everywhere else but here. There's more pertinent tech for them on the corral, and not to mention the fox tbird and cougar forums. There's at least three sites I can think of with better tech for the Mark VIII as well, but at least with them the hard points are the same enough to get some benefit from TCCoA for them.

Besides which, TCCoA the acronym doesn't include Mark anythings. I suspect the inclusion of the Lincolns, as well as the Fox chassis cars was a goal of Bill and Mark to attract and include more people to the club, but it never really came to fruition, because discussion is and always has been MN12 eccentric, whereby, at some point, getting answers like "I think..." and "I don't know about those cars, but on my car..." really don't cut it when you're in a jam with your Foxbody. Honestly I'd feel quite duped if I were a Mark VII owner and went through the trouble of registering to TCCoA just to find out nobody knows the specifics about troubleshooting the air ride or something.

I'm registered to a dozen other forums, most found using a google searchs, links from here or elsewhere in a quest for something specifically related to the cars the clubs represent, and often being registered to them is a prerequsite (using their marketplace, seeing an attachment, ect.), some I stayed and post on occasionally, three of which are Mustang sites, and I've never even owned a Mustang! Others I just lurk that one time and leave. I'm sure it's the same story for most of the token Fox chassis/Mark owners coming across TCCoA.

Moral of the story is it's nice to be inclusionary, but the core of the forum is Tbirds and Cougars on the MN12 platform. We shouldn't have to say in desperation "we here specialize in MN12s... but please be our friends too 83-88 and Lincoln people!!!" There is no better collective source of knowledge for the MN12 platform than us and we should be proud of that.

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When I set my style to Classic (I need baby steps to the new icons and setup!) many peoples posts show the post content in the left rail and a big black spot where the content should be. MadMikeyL and OxmanWI posts are like this, in threaded mode.


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When I set my style to Classic (I need baby steps to the new icons and setup!) many peoples posts show the post content in the left rail and a big black spot where the content should be. MadMikeyL and OxmanWI posts are like this, in threaded mode.

Can you try logging out, clearing cache, and then logging back in?

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Here's a screen shot of the old forums. See how the forums with the new posts are highlighted in orange compared to the ones that show no new posts.

What do you think?!

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10-4 gotcha - right now the icons for that sub forums are dark if there is a new post and lighter if nothing new.

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Can you try logging out, clearing cache, and then logging back in?

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It doesn't help. I have access to many computers/configurations, and even with an incognito browser not logged in (you can still select style in the lower left of the page) this happens with these posts.

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97 Cougar 4.6 Sport/White Opalescent Tricoat Metallic /Gray leather down but not out?
89 Cougar LS 3.8/Oxford White/Gray velour/HG need replaced AGAIN
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It doesn't help. I have access to many computers/configurations, and even with an incognito browser not logged in (you can still select style in the lower left of the page) this happens with these posts.
Can you update it here also:
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Can you update it here also:
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Yes, that is where I set classic skin permanently when I log in, but as a test I set it temporarily not logged in.

If I have classic skin selected and threaded, and I go to The "not taking my own advice" build thread I get the message in the left rail and the message area black. This is in Chrome and Firefox in OS X, Windows 7, and Windows XP, and at least in IE 11. In IE11 it is still malformed, but the black box area is smaller, and the left rail is bigger, but it still isn't the message area.

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89 Cougar LS 3.8/Oxford White/Gray velour/HG need replaced AGAIN
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first time I've logged in since the update, I find there's a ton more ads now than before

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Switch over to classic view in the User CP settings menu. Settings & Options - Edit Options

It shouldn't be any worse than before.

Or .. buy a membership and the ads should go away.

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I really like the update overall! It looks much cleaner than before, and it is nice to see work going into this site. It's so nice in fact, that I just paid to become a member, less to get rid of the ads than because work is actually being done on this site, so I feel like my money is well spent, as opposed to the last 5+ years where the site was just kind of abandoned by its owners, so first off, thank you!

Just a couple minor notes on the update. Since the update, obviously I had to re-login on all the computers that I use to view this site. On all 4 computers, when I logged in, I got an error message on the re-direct to my user CP. This is not a big deal since I clicked the "remember me" box all these times, so it shouldn't happen again for me, but the fact that it happened the same on 4 different machines tells me there is some kind of broken link somewhere. Also, I know you said it was supposed to be faster, but I definitely don't see that. If anything, it seems slightly slower, but not to a point where it is interfering with anything. I'm not sure if this is just in my head or what, but figured I would throw it out there and see what other people are noticing.

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Does everyone still have the banner with Mark, and the two birds?I thought Ron said they removed the Mark from our logo, but its still on my banner
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Does everyone still have the banner with Mark, and the two birds?I thought Ron said they removed the Mark from our logo, but its still on my banner
Yup, same banner here.
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Does everyone still have the banner with Mark, and the two birds?I thought Ron said they removed the Mark from our logo, but its still on my banner
They removed "Mark VII" from the bar across the bottom of the logo. That's what I was referring to.

The picture of the Mark on the banner should still be there.
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Aww, you've been here long enough to know what an eccentric bunch we all are!

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Yup it looks like every other AutoGuide forum now LOL. I like it though.
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Is it just me or is all of the text italicized today???

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It's just this thread, I checked a couple others and they're normal.

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Well, that's weird. It's not even the whole thread. I wonder what happens if I try to use italics in a post...

ITALICIZED

NOT ITALICIZED

EDIT: Huh...

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EDIT: Apparently its not Italicized anymore?

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It looks fine in classic view. Although that God awful "Like" button is sitting over the thread page selector at the right hand corner - top of the page.

Since when do we need to "Like" threads? What is this Facebook?

Can that be turned off or removed in classic view?
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Bottom half of page is scrolling

I was searching the forums today, and there seems to be a problem when using "Full" view mode..

This is not an issue in "Classic" mode..

Let me explain..When I am looking at this thread-->>Help me pick out shocks?

Posts 29-31 appear normal..Then the rest of the posts that are supposed to be on the page are just scrolling on the bottom..

Here's a screen shot of what I mean..I have the part that is scrolling boxed in Red:


This doesn't happen on all threads in "Full" view mode..This happens to be one of them that is exhibiting this problem though..

It also doesn't make a difference if I am signed in or not..

I wanted to point this out now..Since the new software has just recently been implemented..





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That appears to be an unclosed <marquee> tag in FunktasticLucky's signature.

Just like the text in this thread is italic because it looks like there's a missing > after the </i in a signature on this page.

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That appears to be an unclosed <marquee> tag in FunktasticLucky's signature.

Just like the text in this thread is italic because it looks like there's a missing > after the </i in a signature on this page.
However likely that may be..This wasn't an issue before the software "upgrade"..

So I'd like to see the issue fixed ASAP..





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Looking into this now guys, gimme a few to sort it all out.

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It's just this thread, I checked a couple others and they're normal.
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Well, that's weird. It's not even the whole thread. I wonder what happens if I try to use italics in a post...

ITALICIZED

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That appears to be an unclosed <marquee> tag in FunktasticLucky's signature.

Just like the text in this thread is italic because it looks like there's a missing > after the </i in a signature on this page.
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It looks fine in classic view. Although that God awful "Like" button is sitting over the thread page selector at the right hand corner - top of the page.

Since when do we need to "Like" threads? What is this Facebook?

Can that be turned off or removed in classic view?
Reporting now.

standby for a fix.

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Can you add the updated logo to the Classic Forum view? - Just the logo not the whole banner. Thanks.
This made me think along these lines, why not put the Classic Classic logo into Classic forum view? it's still in the forum's database:



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I was searching the forums today, and there seems to be a problem when using "Full" view mode..

This is not an issue in "Classic" mode..

Let me explain..When I am looking at this thread-->>Help me pick out shocks?

Posts 29-31 appear normal..Then the rest of the posts that are supposed to be on the page are just scrolling on the bottom..

Here's a screen shot of what I mean..I have the part that is scrolling boxed in Red:


This doesn't happen on all threads in "Full" view mode..This happens to be one of them that is exhibiting this problem though..

It also doesn't make a difference if I am signed in or not..

I wanted to point this out now..Since the new software has just recently been implemented..





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Also and issue with that sig, working on it.

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