I'd only just introduced the new look board minutes before you arrived, complete with alll it's gremlins, and worse still glitches.
It worked perfectly well on our test board but one or two of the existing codes working in the background here were conflicting with the new one.
Hopefully now I'm well on the way to getting it sorted , although not quite completely.
Yes' the width of the board IS narrower than before and a little different to many others out there, BUT it is still the same size as it would be if you had a narrower screen, if you see what I'm getting at.
One of the major problems on this board of late has been the difficulty in getting images posted successfully without the board being stretched out of shape. I've just made the discovery that those of us who had glowing text in our profiles, a feature that only works in IE anyway, were adding to the problem. You might find your own profile a lot narrower now as a result which allows the text area to be a more reasonable size.
You'll notice that each section of the board and even individual posts now have their own separators to them. This is how I discovered the above problem. Once a member with a wide profile had posted on a thread, the board was then stretched for the rest of the page.
Posting images should now work out a little less memory dependant as I'm just about to arrange for the larger ones to be posted externally. This should go a long way into enhancing everybodys "viewing pleasure". ;D
As for the smilies above the posting area, that's just a simple case of having a narrower board putting the existing line breaks in the wrong place and is easily dealt with. I see we have six and a bit lines of the darned things here now instead of the usual 3, caused by there being a couple extra on each line. Perhaps we could stretch to four lines?? I had 3 and a bit here anyway to cater for a couple of my personal ones that aren't on "general release".
Bear with me, this is all in attempt to make for a faster, more streamlined and efficient board.
Just finished re-jigging the smilies (yet again) minutes before you arrived lightspeed.
I've been deliberately testing this site on an older, slower laptop with smaller screen resolution (worst case scenario etc.) just to see what needs tweaking and how and can confirm that the site is most definitely a lot quicker now.
Still some fine tuning to do here and there but the major changes seem to have achieved the desired effect.
Kwikasfooki: Hi everyone, I'm Alan a roofer from Stourbridge.
May 22, 2014 5:42:28 GMT
Kwikasfooki: Just got back into biking after having my Bandit stolen. Maybe a good thing because i wouldnt have bought my ZRX1100C1
May 22, 2014 5:44:19 GMT
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May 22, 2014 6:04:12 GMT
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Sept 29, 2014 6:00:56 GMT
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Oct 17, 2014 15:40:39 GMT
gerbil: hiya i'm Kevin from Stourport loving my 97 rex
Dec 29, 2014 13:48:28 GMT
dodgydal: Hi all, just bought a ZXR 1100, don't know what the C1,2,3,4 is or means can anyone enlighten me ?
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Jul 26, 2016 21:57:49 GMT
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Jan 28, 2017 21:36:19 GMT
drack1: Hi, Question, I am rebuilding my ZRX1100-C2 I have just installed new bearings to the swing arm. Looking at the diagram in the manual the diagram I believe is wrong.
Jan 29, 2017 2:48:12 GMT
drack1: the diagram shows The top hat spacer fitting to be on the left. But it will only fits on the right side running throught the seal and upto the large ball race bearing. Anyone else found this issue. ?
Jan 29, 2017 2:54:23 GMT
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Jan 29, 2017 19:50:31 GMT
zrxpilot: Aye up anyone on, just joined,
Feb 28, 2017 19:06:41 GMT
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Mar 4, 2017 19:18:53 GMT
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Jun 27, 2017 11:53:33 GMT