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Offline Bigbreakfast

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Re: Site structure update
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2011, 08:07:26 AM »
Like Roger, Andrew and i navigate in the same way - by looking at new replies, new unread posts etc.. so I didn't notice the change. I can see the logic for doing it but it seems others don't like it. Can you have a subforum for each cmera within the main sections?
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Re: Site structure update
« Reply #16 on: October 24, 2011, 05:30:50 PM »
Like Roger, Andrew and i navigate in the same way - by looking at new replies, new unread posts etc.. so I didn't notice the change. I can see the logic for doing it but it seems others don't like it. Can you have a subforum for each cmera within the main sections?

Just what I was going to suggest about having subforums for the 'old' list like the a700 etc., cameras. Couldn't they be listed as they were before - don't see why [at this moment] - as specified sub forums in the 'New' Crop Sensor section? More work for the admin guys... but a much happier group of members.

It's been a while since I popped in to see what's happening so was sort of taken unawares by the new changes. Haven't yet - and don't know when - I'll upgrade to the A77 etc branch of the SONY brood but would still like to be able to find Qs & As on the a700 without possible long and misleading searches for posts... as I'm sure users of the now, seemingly dismissed, 'older' Alpha models like a100 & a200 etc., would like to not feel 'left out'.

Ok... could follow BB & Rod etc., to follow via unread posts but do admit to liking to go to the 'areas' I'm interested in rather than go through 'all' unread since last visit. Nothing personal Admin :)
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