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harry m

Hi Bill

 

The 10 latest/newest posts feature seems to have gone missing from the top right hand side.

'Popular contributors' has taken its place

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Bill Edwards
3 hours ago, harry monk said:

Hi Bill

 

The 10 latest/newest posts feature seems to have gone missing from the top right hand side.

'Popular contributors' has taken its place

Replaced :)

 

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Chunkie

:unsure: Is it me or are the 'Today's Birthdays' now missing?

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harry m

I cant find them either, unless, when there's no birthdays that day, it defaults to showing nothing ?

 

i recall it showing,not necessarily in this order;

Lastest/newest 10 posts

top contributors

birthdays

newest member.

 

but I can't remember if it showed the Forum stat's  as well as the Four above.

 

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Bill Edwards

I am at work at the moment,  will have a look at this and notes when I get home. 

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Bill Edwards

Should all be back now :)

 

 

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harry m

Any chance of a weather forecast panel as well ? :P

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Tom Gorman

Actually Harry, I think that is a very good idea. Think of it like this: You are taking a look at the coming events for a fair to go to but you don't know what the weather will be like at said fair. all you would have to do is take a look at the panel!

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Bill Edwards

So, not just a weather panel, but a weather panel for each and every coming event? :lol:

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Tom Gorman

Well i didn't mean it quite like that ;)

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Tim Holmes

And you would trust the forecast?  :wacko:

An example,last Monday at Beaconsfield.

The Met Office website update at 5pm for 5pm & 6pm at Beaconsfield said less then 5% chance of rain

It was chucking it down

I've recently read that weather forecasting is the most accurate form of forecasting we have  :unsure: which doesn't say much for any other kind

 

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John Carter

I tend to use this website a lot, not particularly for the forecast, but more for the fact that it shows you what the weather is NOW:

http://www.xcweather.co.uk/

It's especially good during strong wind, because you can where it's coming from and work out whether the worst is over. A lot of the data it uses is from airfields, so it can fall down a bit when there's no one present to make a visual assessment.

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