I'm having some issues; not sure if everyone else is with the quick reply box; it's oddly small and condensed.
My advanced reply is really awkward too, I'm not sure what's up with it, but attached is... well a LOT of gray space and a very small box (compared to the size of the screen).
Not sure if that's an issue or something I've broken in firefox (wouldn't be surprised).
The quick reply isn't as bad, but similar with all of the gray.
+1 to the removal of times mentioned etc. It just wasn't really important information to anyone specific IMO. The times thanked is really the only thing that's useful for sellers or "informative" people (although I feel like no one really knows how to properly use the system in certain forums lol).
Other than feeling like the new posts / subforum threads are still a bit too large for what they contain, I think that helped.
I still feel like the attachment thing although FAR less annoying... is still annoying.
I think a great fix would be is it possible to move the "submit reply" just below the reply and the attachment stuff below that?
Again I just feel like it's asking you to attach everything on your computer during each post reply which, most people here will never attach a single file, but will rather just reply to a post and close out.
If that can be done, I think that would greatly help and still be a "win win" situation.
So right; overview of post:
Good info below avatars etc. I think that's all that's needed and is far cleaner, less clutter, more importantly.. less space consumed!
Quick and Advanced reply are oddly shaped and space consuming for ... unsure what reason why, not sure if that's on my end or not, but something isn't right.
Possible to move "reply to thread" below text box and attachment underneath? Will reduce that hunting around looking for a button that should be right there.
Possible to reduce the spacing in subforums / new posts? The boxes each thread fits in can hold 4 lines. If that could be dropped down to 3 lines, that would save a lot of space, and then again, would decrease the scrolling.
It's definitely getting to be more on track though