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Could someone at DJI explain the new forum format?
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aburkefl
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Is there someone at DJI (preferably whoever designed the new procedures for the forum)
please be kind enough to expplain how to use this new format - i.e., one where you cannot tell
what you've already read. How are you supposed to know if someone "updated" the post,
responded, etc.?

Even by taking notes, one cannot immediately identify if anything new has been posted.

Some basic instructions might be appropriate.

Either that or sayonara!

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DJI-Patrick
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Totally understand .  Should you have other suggestions, please kindly tell us !
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aburkefl
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DJI-Patrick Posted at 2016-1-7 02:25
Totally understand .  Should you have other suggestions, please kindly tell us !

Patrick - every post looks "sticky." In the prior format, once you read a particular post, the subject of the post became "grayed out" indicating you'd read it. It stayed that way unless someone posted something new - adding to the existing thread.

Now, when you look at the forum, *everything* is in bold print, giving the appearance that something new has been added to every entry - when that's not really the case.

The only way to identify if there's really been a new post is to look through the entire thread.
Not very practical.

Thank you for responding.

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aburkefl@gmail. Posted at 2016-1-7 19:55
Patrick - every post looks "sticky." In the prior format, once you read a particular post, the sub ...

I noticed that too . I'll report this problem .  
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DJI-Patrick Posted at 2016-1-7 07:14
I noticed that too . I'll report this problem .

Thank you Patrick.
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