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Jered wrote: Sun Jun 24, 2018 1:48 am
scipioafricanus wrote: Sun Jun 24, 2018 1:16 am I am missing the "Gun" forum part. Starts out at "Protect and Defend."
It's still missing for me too.
Me, too, on the Board Index page. But if you go to Randy's Test thread, which is in Guns and Shooting, you can click on the Guns and Shooting, and get into that area. I bumped Randy's thread to get it to show higher in Active Topics.
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Same for me -- I just figured the topics were reorganized/consolidated after the move or something.
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I think Bobby has been at work and they show for me. Let us know if anything else is still missing.
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Sorry for the hijack, but i cant start a new thread, or use the full editor on Android devices, either Chrome or Firefox. Its very new, probably today or late yesterday it started. Am i the only one having issues or are there others? The quick reply box seems to work okay. I did notice that there were small changes in the site layout. Did we go through an update and it borked it for mobile devices?
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Looks different on my laptop, too.
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No new threads for me, either. And it won't let me edit a post.
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It definitely looks different to me on my desktop. Changed since I logged in earlier this evening. I'll drop a line to the Mod group and see if anyone knows anything.
...even before I read MHI, my response to seeing a poster for the stars of the latest Twilight movies was "I see 2 targets and a collaborator".
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Seems like it is the full editor that is borked; anything that uses that doesn't function.
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I’m not seeing the new post indicators or the one at the top of the page showing that I’m logged in. Using Safari on my iPad.
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Working on it
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