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Please, can we have the old layout for the questions?
Thread poster: lien

lien
Netherlands
Local time: 11:25
English to French
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Feb 12, 2003

I prefered much the old questions list. It was more airy and not so eye straining. I do not like the \"grid\" lines, it is to compact.



Lien


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Henry Dotterer
Local time: 05:25
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Try clicking 'View: expanded' Feb 12, 2003

This might give you a bit of the \'airy\' feel...

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Antonella Andreella  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 11:25
German to Italian
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Wow! Feb 12, 2003

That\'s great!



Congratulations





Antonella


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Noel Castelino
Local time: 11:25
French to English
Switching language pairs Feb 12, 2003

And how do we change language combinations ? I seem to have lost this facility with the new format.



Thanks,



Noel


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 11:25
English to German
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Use the "Search...." tab Feb 12, 2003

Hi Noel,

Check under the \"Search (& your Q/A)\" tab - the search field group is still there.



HTH - Ralf


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Noel Castelino
Local time: 11:25
French to English
Excellent. Feb 14, 2003

Thanks Ralf.

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GoodWords  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 04:25
Spanish to English
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I like it. Feb 15, 2003

A vote in favour of the new KudoZ pages format. I like the layout and options very much.



Here\'s a little buglet that was forgotten: the bottom of the page still says that the smilie-face symbol indicates \"marked and graded\" whereas in fact that is now indicated by dark yellow shading.


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