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I have made some more updates to the site for 2021.

Generally the look & feel has been cleaned up and compatibility with mobile devices has been improved further.

There are still a couple of things being worked on due in the next couple of months.

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2 minutes ago, Andy Millne said:

I have made some more updates to the site for 2021.

Generally the look & feel has been cleaned up and compatibility with mobile devices has been improved further.

There are still a couple of things being worked on due in the next couple of months.

By the time I'm 80 years old I think I will have to buy a mobile😇

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13 minutes ago, Alan Edgar (Eggy1948) said:

Has it gone forever or can the option be added?

Top right of the post, click the 3 dots.

 

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6 minutes ago, Andy Millne said:

Top right of the post, click the 3 dots.

Just testing it out as I clicked on the three dots of my previous comment and got the 2options - Report & Share. I will Submit Reply and then do an edit.

😊 edit completed. I got the three options from selecting the three dots = Report - Share & Edit. Didn't get the Hide - Split - Delete - Recommend or promote so I assume these options are Admin only.

Thanks Andy 

 

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