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post #1 of 84 Old 05-10-2009, 11:48 AM Thread Starter
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Questions about the new layout

I know I have seen (and even posted) questions in several threads, so I figured I would start a thread dedicated to the questions....

If there is one and I missed it, please either ignore this or merge them.

Questions:
  1. Will the "New Posts" button be coming back? I have seen that question in 3 or 4 threads, so I know it is a heavily used feature.
  2. Will the thread icons be staying the way they are? I know I would always click New Posts, then scan through to see threads I had replied to see the additional comments on those threads, then I would look at the ones I had not replied to. I don't see the difference in "Unread" and "Unread that you have posted in". It looks like it is now a popular unread and an unread.
  3. Will there be a legend to the thread icons?
  4. What exactly is Visitor Messages?
  5. I though at one time, you had to be a registered user to see the forums here, or is that just the pics? If it is the forums, then wouldn't the linkback feature be kinda silly?
  6. What other motorcycle forums are you associated with, Lash, or is this your first endeavour in motorcycle forum ownership? Always interested in seeing other good groups!

Hopefully we can consolodate the questions so everyone knows what's going on.

Thanks for the updates Lash, and thanks for all your hard work over the past several years Kevin....I know change can be frustrating, but it can also be exicting. We look forward to the finished product!

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Hey Shawn, nice to meet you.

I added the New Posts button back to the Navigation Menu at the top of every page.

To see which threads you have posted in, you need to go into your Options and choose subscribe to every thread you post in. I recommend to choose subscribe with no notifications (so emails are sent out all the time) and then when you view the site, you'll see an icon showing you're subscribed to a thread.

There is a legend to the thread icons. When you are inside a forum and viewing all the threads, just scroll towards the bottom and you will see them all there, listed out with descriptions.

A visitor message is the same as leaving a message on someone's wall on Facebook or MySpace. You can leave someone a shout out, a hello, and its public to all. There are also new social features, like friends and contacts, which you can add to your profile. You also have the option, in the Edit your Options screen, to limit your profile visitor messages to only friends and contacts. And from within the User CP screen, on the left column, there is an option called Profile Privacy which lets you choose all the privacy features for your profile, should you not want certain people seeing it, etc.

The entire forum, before, was open for anyone to lurk, however you had to be registered to post, view attachments, and use features like the Casino. The same setting have been brought over. Lurkers cannot see people's profiles, cannot post, etc. Before, Lurkers could see the entire forum, but I changed it only that they can no longer see Off Topic. So when they come to the site, they only see the relevant stuff which is everything but Off Topic.

I am an admin on another forum thats been around since 2001, its for Kawasaki motorcycles. Kevin and I had long talks about this forum and the appeal to me was becoming part of a site that isnt one-brand specific. I love that Wrist Twisters is an all-motorcycle welcome community.

I encourage everyone to read these 2 posts, to find out more about me:

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Hey everyone, just wanted to introduce myself. Kevin and I have had lengthy communication up to this point, and I've been working very hard not only moving the forum to a better server, but also making all kinds of upgrades to the software. To follow up on what Kevin said about the ownership transferring:

Even though the ownership of the site is changing, the vision of the site will not change. Kevin has made it very clear to me why he started Wrist Twisters and his goal for the community and I strongly agree with his vision and intent.

I also want to make sure everyone knows that I will never charge any kind of subscription to use Wrist Twisters. Every function and feature and use of the site will always be free to the community. I cannot stress that enough. I've seen communities change hands and then the new owners start charging the users, and that will not happen here and I want to squash that thought before it ever comes up.

The structure of the site will stay the same. The admin and mods will stay the same.

So what will change? Well, I've already upgraded the forum software to something more new and updated, which will provide many more functions and features from there. That will be the hardest part about all of this - once thats in place, I will continue to add new functions to the site such as giving the users the ability to have individual riding blogs, integrated social features for connecting up with other riders and friends, and more.

My personal focus is going to be improving and upgrading the forum software, not the vision or the community. I hope there is a distinct difference that everyone can understand.

If anyone has any questions for me, please post up and I'll answer them as I read them.

Now, I'm going to go post up my introduction thread.
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Hello everyone, my name is Lash and to tell you about me, I'm a motorcycle connoisseur and a riding junkie. I just love to ride, ever since picking up my first motorcycle in 1996. I'm probably one of the most laid back people you will ever meet, always been a die hard Kawasaki fan, but I just like motorcycles so I can appreciate anything with two wheels.

Outside of motorcycles, I love to snowboard, am big into computers and technology, enjoy photography, and I'm always down for a good espresso.

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Thanks for all that....

Especially the New Posts link!

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Don't worry, Lash. We won't hold the Kawi thing against you. I even owned a Suzuki once, and nobody hated me!
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Admin--having a small problem with quoting posts. I've only tried it in P&P. I'm a member of that group, but I cannot quote previous posts. Please advise.

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Admin--having a small problem with quoting posts. I've only tried it in P&P. I'm a member of that group, but I cannot quote previous posts. Please advise.
Are you trying to quote 1 post or multiple posts?

To quote a post, just click this button in the post you want to quote:



If you want to quote multiple quotes, click this button to select each quote:



And as you select each quote you want, that button will then change to this:



After you've chosen all the quotes, then click the normal Quote button.

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Are you trying to quote 1 post or multiple posts?

To quote a post, just click this button in the post you want to quote:



If you want to quote multiple quotes, click this button to select each quote:



And as you select each quote you want, that button will then change to this:



After you've chosen all the quotes, then click the normal Quote button.
None of the above. It says I'm not allowed to choose that function.

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None of the above. It says I'm not allowed to choose that function.




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Admin--having a small problem with quoting posts. I've only tried it in P&P. I'm a member of that group, but I cannot quote previous posts. Please advise.
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None of the above. It says I'm not allowed to choose that function.
Can you please describe the steps. I need to be able to duplicate the problem in order to see what's going on.

When you said P&P, what does that mean?

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When you said P&P, what does that mean?
politics and prostitutes... it is a "members only" section because we kick the poop out of stupid politicians....



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Can you please describe the steps. I need to be able to duplicate the problem in order to see what's going on.
Sure, no prob.

When I'm in the Politics & Prostitutes section, I see a post that I would like to quote in a response. There are two buttons showing in the bottom right-hand corner; one for 'quote' and the other for 'multi-quote.' There is no button for 'quick response.' When I click the 'quote' button, a screen opens up and says that I do not have access to that page. I think it's an access problem, since P&P is a group that you have to be a member of in order to post. And I'm a member of the P&P group.

For reference, I am able to quote and multi-quote like above in all other threads, but not in the P&P section.

Hope this helps.

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Sure, no prob.

When I'm in the Politics & Prostitutes section, I see a post that I would like to quote in a response. There are two buttons showing in the bottom right-hand corner; one for 'quote' and the other for 'multi-quote.' There is no button for 'quick response.' When I click the 'quote' button, a screen opens up and says that I do not have access to that page. I think it's an access problem, since P&P is a group that you have to be a member of in order to post. And I'm a member of the P&P group.

For reference, I am able to quote and multi-quote like above in all other threads, but not in the P&P section.

Hope this helps.
Yes, that helps a lot. I think I fixed it... give it a try now, please.

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Yes, that helps a lot. I think I fixed it... give it a try now, please.
Thanks. That fixed it. But... I posted in another thread (not P&P) and I was not given the 'edit' button at the bottom after I posted.

Also, general question about P&P: are all posts in that section now going to be approved by admin and mods before they are viewable? I posted a reply and received a message that stated that.

Edit: (guess that answers that question!) Looks like the 'edit' button now appears and works.

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My question is this...

Is anyone else having speed issues? I'm working on the web and using our VOiP phone system all day long with no issues in service. However, the WristTwisters site has been painfully slow and timing out a lot between last night and this morning.

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Thanks. That fixed it. But... I posted in another thread (not P&P) and I was not given the 'edit' button at the bottom after I posted.

Also, general question about P&P: are all posts in that section now going to be approved by admin and mods before they are viewable? I posted a reply and received a message that stated that.

Edit: (guess that answers that question!) Looks like the 'edit' button now appears and works.
I fixed the moderator thing, so the approval thing isnt there anymore.

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My question is this...

Is anyone else having speed issues? I'm working on the web and using our VOiP phone system all day long with no issues in service. However, the WristTwisters site has been painfully slow and timing out a lot between last night and this morning.
It's been loading fast for me on different connections and computers. Let me know if it still continues like that - perhaps try it on a different machine or Internet connection as well. Just some thoughts.

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I fixed the moderator thing, so the approval thing isnt there anymore.
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I just refreshed this thread to see if you had replied and it is still "thinking" and FireFox is 'Waiting on Motorcycle Forum - Wrist Twisters Motorcycle Forum' after about 45 seconds. Also, the ALT text for the reputation bar is duplicating about 5 times under each users rep power for about the first 10 seconds after the refresh.

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I just refreshed this thread to see if you had replied and it is still "thinking" and FireFox is 'Waiting on Motorcycle Forum - Wrist Twisters Motorcycle Forum' after about 45 seconds. Also, the ALT text for the reputation bar is duplicating about 5 times under each users rep power for about the first 10 seconds after the refresh.
Do me a favor please and click this link:

Pingdom Tools

And after it finishes, scroll down and tell me what's the Total Loading Time?

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Do me a favor please and click this link:

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And after it finishes, scroll down and tell me what's the Total Loading Time?

Website information

Total loading time:
16 seconds
Total objects:
24 (253.4 KB)
External objects:
2 (33.5 KB)
HTML (X)HTML:
1 (58.4KB)
RSS RSS/XML:
0
CSS CSS:
1 (1.7KB)
Scripts Scripts:
6 (111.4KB)
Images Images:
16 (82KB)
Plugins Plugins:
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Website information

Total loading time:
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Total objects:
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External objects:
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HTML (X)HTML:
1 (58.4KB)
RSS RSS/XML:
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CSS CSS:
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Scripts Scripts:
6 (111.4KB)
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Yikes!

It's been getting either 5 or 6 seconds very consistently for me. Hmmm....

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And after it finishes, scroll down and tell me what's the Total Loading Time?
16 seconds

Replying to this thread caused about 8 seconds of blank/loading time within IE for me.

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Did another test for this thread's URL and it took 27.4 seconds.

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Yikes!

It's been getting either 5 or 6 seconds very consistently for me. Hmmm....
Are you using the same ISP as the server hosting locale?

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When did the slow down start? Approximate time?

Was it fast yesterday? And the slow loading time just started last night?

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it's been slow ever since it came back up this weekend. Both my home DSL (3 MB) from ATT is slow and our T1 at the office (also ATT) are slow to access this site.

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Are you using the same ISP as the server hosting locale?
I have Cable at home, Fiber at work, Mobile Broadband for data card, and a Data Plan for my BlackBerry, all seem to load it just as fast as any other page.

I wonder if it has to do with the servers routing calls around the web.

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Yeah, I'm having the same speed issues this morning. Was fine for me all day yesterday.

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Looking into it...

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Just did a ping test from my PC. The 1st and 4th went through with 85ms response time. The 2nd and 3rd timed out. I'll run it for a minute with the /t switch and post a screen shot.

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Here's my test. Seems to come and go.

Website information
Total loading time: 11.2 seconds
Total objects: 24 (253.6 KB)
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Anyone note the 5 Reminders in the taskbar that I'm ignoring to look at the much more important issue of WristTwisters running slowly????

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1.40 % processor usage? What about network traffic? I'm sure you are running Gigabit cards with a server in a datacenter with some sort of OC connection right?

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Anyone note the 5 Reminders in the taskbar that I'm ignoring to look at the much more important issue of WristTwisters running slowly????
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