Discussion in 'WWII Forums News' started by Otto, Jul 23, 2013.
Nope, I Internet Explorer, Mozilla and Chrome, same little blue "like." Weird.
You still have it ? Also is there anyone else who has the old like button?
Yup, it's still there :i_surrender: . There's one runt in every litter
Lou, I literally burst a nice chuckle at that one. Needed after a long week of work.
I live to serve.
At the risk of being the only one in step, I rarely salute anyone,
preferring to add my approval as just another posting on the thread in question.
Having said that, in the interest of supporting your chief honcho I have just saluted this thread
That's weird, I wonder if you are the only one to decypher interfaces that way. If it's the case I will have to send you my Enigma messages. As long as it doesn't prevent you from posting, I supposed it's not a problem.
I don't have any issues posting, reading or saluting so it's no biggie. Just a tad curious.
That's not a bad suggesting for fishing on inland lakes or ponds, wouldn't want to go deep sea fishing in one though.
I concur, salutes are a nice touch vs the generic "likes"
Hey, don't rub it in.
Ah, the problem has been resolved by accident. For future reference, members of this fine forum, if by chance you get a minor annoyance of "Salutes" being listed as "Likes", travel to the bottom of the screen and change your display options. A simple change of USA English to USA English (copy) was all that was needed.
Glad you came across a solution. Now your "situation" has been resolved. Woo hoo!
Thank you for your support in this delicate and pressing matter.
Hm, still says 'like this' for me, I'm curious why?
For one way to resolve it, see above Post 34.
Coming into this thread extremely late, but I wanted to say thank you for the fix in post #34.
I'm still learning my way around this particular forum, getting used to the fact that "Like"s (now finally showing as "Salute"s for me) aren't handed out left and right like other forums. Many thanks to everyone for their patience as I continue to navigate.