To give vote,at first when i mouse over it,it hiddens for sometime,then after 2-3 seconds it is visible and then i give vote.I think it is time consuming.In previous version total and online member number,my account name,total reputation point and sign out links are colored as blue(now it is dark) which highlights user's attention easily,it think it should keep blue or such color which will highlight these.
Where? I assume you mean in the forums? Which browser are you using?
There's no need to wait to vote on the voting bar in forums. The transition from grey to blue is set at 100ms, not 2-3 seconds. Is your system generally slow, or is it only CodeProject that seems slow?
The spacing setting si not persisting. I have selected and then clicked on uodate, to no avail. Everytime I come back it has reset to relaxed. (Excellent feature, btw, really love the new look now that the spacing issue is resolved).
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1 This is a pre-block with linenumbers.
2 If it's part of an article, it gets replaced with spans.
3 The annoying part is that the span does not really replace it;
4 giving you an extra column with the linecount after every edit.
Meaning, if I edit my last article and update it (without changes), I'll get this;
1 1 This is a pre-block with linenumbers.
2 2 If it's part of an article, it gets replaced with spans.
3 3 The annoying part is that the span does not really replace it;
4 4 giving you an extra column with the linecount after every edit.
Does happen when you edit an article, but not in a forum-post (just tried it)
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Every day I go through the articles, blogs, and tips that need approval and I review them. Since the update, the article links in this section do not change color after I have clicked on them. The blog and tip links still change color but the article ones do not. This makes it difficult to keep track of which articles I have reviewed and which ones I have not, especially when the author might have made a change and re-submitted it for review. Is this something that could be addressed? It isn't an urgent matter but it is something that takes time out of my day every day.
Thanks for all your hard work. The site does look really great.