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    Bonnie Lea
    Participant

    I was just checking in before I shut off computer.  I see that the subject matter line is now in Blue Print.  I wonder if perhaps that means we will have a way to see if we have read the posts?  that would be nice.

     

    Bonnie Leaenlightened

    I was just checking in before I shut off computer.  I see that the subject matter line is now in Blue Print.  I wonder if perhaps that means we will have a way to see if we have read the posts?  that would be nice.

     

    Bonnie Leaenlightened

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      Tim–MRF
      Guest

      The answer is–in part.  When you read a post the font color changes.  This has been the case all along, but the color changes were so subtle you really couldn't see it.  (I never noticed it.)  After reading some of the ideas yesterday I asked that we increase the contrast.

      Unfortunately we can't do the same for the replies.  I don't really understand why, but it has something to do with the platform on which the website is built and gets really technical.  So, it is not exactly what we wanted, but it is an improvement.

       

      Tim–MRF

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        Kimmer
        Participant

        Tim,

        I like it..it is an improvement.  Thanks!

        And thanks for not 'splaining the techie stuff.  It has been a long hard day 'round here.

        Take good care, K.

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        Kimmer
        Participant

        Tim,

        I like it..it is an improvement.  Thanks!

        And thanks for not 'splaining the techie stuff.  It has been a long hard day 'round here.

        Take good care, K.

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        King
        Participant

        It's a nice improvement!!!  Thanks…

         

        Stay Strong
        King

        Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

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        King
        Participant

        It's a nice improvement!!!  Thanks…

         

        Stay Strong
        King

        Stage IV 7/05 Liver mets

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      Tim–MRF
      Guest

      The answer is–in part.  When you read a post the font color changes.  This has been the case all along, but the color changes were so subtle you really couldn't see it.  (I never noticed it.)  After reading some of the ideas yesterday I asked that we increase the contrast.

      Unfortunately we can't do the same for the replies.  I don't really understand why, but it has something to do with the platform on which the website is built and gets really technical.  So, it is not exactly what we wanted, but it is an improvement.

       

      Tim–MRF

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      kwahlbin
      Guest

      We have just updated the bulletin board to highlight the new responses to posts.  These will now be highlighted in yellow and have an icon next to them indicating that it is a new post.

      Thank you for all your suggestions and to W.M. who helped with the technical aspects.

      Kathy

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      kwahlbin
      Guest

      We have just updated the bulletin board to highlight the new responses to posts.  These will now be highlighted in yellow and have an icon next to them indicating that it is a new post.

      Thank you for all your suggestions and to W.M. who helped with the technical aspects.

      Kathy

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