We're now running version 3.7! Lots of updates in this version, most noticeably an updated UI and a fancy shmancy new instant search.
Please post any bugs, feedback, suggestions, etc here.
The search is brilliant. This was a really needed feature.The front page news article are cached for five minutes. Double check that it's still missing, and PM me if it is.
Added a news item this afternoon and it appears to have disappeared and not been added to the front page.
Why doesn't the page fit the screen anymore?It uses a standardised grid format which helps me ensure that everything fits better inside the confines of the page, regardless of the window size. There was a lot of jiggery-pokery required to deal with different sized windows in the previous version, not all of which worked Additionally on 1920px wide monitors it was quite overwhelming to have all that space taken up
Okay. I understood enough of that to learn to get used to it!It uses a standardised grid format which helps me ensure that everything fits better inside the confines of the page, regardless of the window size. There was a lot of jiggery-pokery required to deal with different sized windows in the previous version, not all of which worked Additionally on 1920px wide monitors it was quite overwhelming to have all that space taken up
Windows Vista SP2 with IE9 fully patched. The drop down menu's across the top of the screen - title's show fine however all the submenu's display the borders of the buttons without any text or colour, they are transparent. When I try to select an item from the dropdown list (even though I cannot see the title) the dropdown menu closes immediately after the mouse moves off the top menu item.
I dont know what has happened as I am not obviously in the loop.Yep, well...use Chrome, or Firefox or Opera. Time to move on, for a whole list of reasons.
I have now a message saying that I am using a very old web broswer, and to use Google Chrome or IE 9. Well, this black duck wont be using Google Chrome, and cant use IE 9.
It's interesting that some people now regard IE8 as a very old web browser
And I have lost a lot of functionality. Page layout is awful, and I now have to use the site map at the bottom to navigate around the site as the drop down menus dont work for me anymore.
AND I can only log out by going into Your Account and logging out that way.
Whoopsy... Fixed!Attempts to go to the donation page - https://www.railpage.com.au/static-donate.htm - from both the "Website" drop-down menu "Donate" option, and the "Donate to Railpage" links end up at the HTTP "403 Forbidden" error handling page - https://www.railpage.com.au/error.php?e=403.
Shame - I was feeling generous !
(Firefox 22.0 on Win 7)
It's only my laptop that I use in front of the television and I can use chrome successfully on the same machine - just thought you might like to know about it on an ageing OS Hopefully another user can confirm and that it's not something odd with my PC (err laptop). My win7 and win8 PC's both running IE10 work fine.