Is Everything Working OK?
It is our intention that this new Great American RoadTrip Forum will make it even easier than before to exchange information and intel about road trips and out-of-the-way destinations to be found all over North America.
Looking good Mark! As you know, the only problem I had was that my "encrypted" email address that I posted in the old forum didn't transition to the new forum, but we got that resolved.
I like the new look and format of the forum as it's much more user-friendly now!
I like how the forum thinks my last visit was January 1, 1970, which was about 9 years and 2 months before I was born
Glad to hear that it is working OK. Your User Title should be upgraded any moment now.
As far as the posting date goes -- new software is sometimes a little tricky and your editors are not the quickest speed demons on the road!
So far, so good!
I've been roaming around, trying different functions -- I have not found any glitches so far, that I know of! Bob
Very slick, ladies and gentilmen, very slick
Very nice, Mark & Co.! The new look is spiffy!
There have been some glitches, but on the whole it is moving forward
I like the new boards!
I had to reregister because my user name wasn't working and my email address attached to it was not longer good. Now I'm set to go explore!
Excellent! I've been waiting for something like this!
Looks good, except we need a big box-o-smileys to use next to where we script messages.
Can't wait for this to pick up members and grow!
Oh, and how about displaying our picture next to our posts in threads. Really helps to match a face with a person.
I see your Smiling Face
Your smiling face (on the Member List) is all we need! Seriously, I really, really don't like "smileys". At some point, I may enable signatures and avatars, but I really want to keep this plain, simple and easy for 100% of our members to use.
Under Mac OS X, I noticed I can't log in using Safari 1.0.3 - I log in fine then the next page tells me I'm not logged in - this whilst having "accept all cookies" enabled. Firefox 1.0.1 works just fine, so I'm using that.
Under Linux, I have yet to try under Konqueror or Opera.
Otherwise, I like the cleanliness of the layout and the lack of smileys and avatars is a plus. I've always found them to be more of a distraction, anyway. I know I'm in the minority when it comes to the Web at large, though.