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lstra

10-17-2020 18:23:52




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I generally look at classic view, but last few days cant get classic. Anyone else have problem, or just my computer? Leon




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bc

10-19-2020 06:40:59




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 Re: Classic view in reply to lstra, 10-17-2020 18:23:52  
I used to notice disconnected replies in classic view after a post moved a few pages back from page 1. Not sure why. I used to use the classic cause you could see who was replying to who which gave some of the replies some context. Lately been using the modern view as it shows more posts per page and seems easier to post pictures. I post from the phone when using pictures and it has to be on wifi and sometimes it is fast and sometimes it takes an hour. Since I've been doing a lot of archive searches before posting, I found modern view is better for searches. Recently spent a few hours searching gasket makers. There are a lot of sharp people on here that gave good advice back when I first joined and I'm glad most of them are still here and kicking. Wish I had a nickel for every post by tractor vet on gas octane or every post by John T on alternators/generators/magnetos. A lot of good stuff in the archives.

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Dave41A

10-18-2020 15:21:30




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 Re: Classic view in reply to lstra, 10-17-2020 18:23:52  
I notice that several of the replies and becoming disconnected from the original post. Then others reply to the disconnected replies. I am not sure why this is. The problem seems to be on both classic and modern view.



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Hayfarmer

10-18-2020 13:26:31




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 Re: Classic view in reply to lstra, 10-17-2020 18:23:52  
a couple days ago I got"internal server error" when I tried to get in a couple of the forums. seemed to be fine since then



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old_bc

10-17-2020 21:25:39




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 Re: Classic view in reply to lstra, 10-17-2020 18:23:52  
Okay here. Click on the link and see if it works.



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Dieseltech

10-17-2020 19:29:04




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 Re: Classic view in reply to lstra, 10-17-2020 18:23:52  
That's my preference too, and so far still working fine here..



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