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  • #5872

    graham
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    more feedback: after above, I logged out and exited IE. Then I re-opened site from IE, and the frum main page was not refreshed, i.e., it did not reflect my post from minutes ago?!? If you’re doing this for a living…good luck.

  • #5870

    graham
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    PS…the above post was reflected as activity immediately on the main forum page, again, using IE.

  • #5868

    graham
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    OK…using IE, forum main page appears refreshed and appears current. no problems, but, using chrome (which I have been using), even after clearing cache, the history still is days old, AND NOW, it seems that I cannot log into the cite on chrome at all. hope this is helpful.

  • #5864

    graham
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    yes. my browser screen for “forums” has not been refreshed in several days. I can access the individual topics (as you can see), but the main topic page of forums has not updated. it is therefore difficult to see what forum activity is occurring on this site. May this be a simple fix.

  • #5862

    graham
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    more users will be drawn to the new site when, among other problems noted, the forum’s main topic page refreshes properly. example: the post by Agri says it was 18 minutes ago, when in fact the post is days old, and “fresher” posts are not reflected. doubtless, this is one of many things you are working on, but users want to see current ACTIVITY.
    good luck

  • #5830

    graham
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    this naivete will be entertaning. the tags say it all.

  • #277524

    graham
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    I registered the new site yesterday, and I still do not have access.

    BTW…As you are in the design phase of the new site, consider the excess onomatopoeia of all the “o’s” in the logo: oes…os…o…Oh?
    For better effect, drop the “pros” and simply retain “…on the go.” Many of the visitors might not be or feel like “pros.”
    good luck Steel Rat
  • #277474

    graham
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    patience and enjoy well being. carpe diem. buoy your hope on a mega; it is a miracle that any of us are here anyway.Grads2015-09-07 18:02:15

  • #276835

    graham
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    What is your field of study?

  • #276587

    graham
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    Yes.

    Commoditydependent economies are in for a rough ride; one which adds to a globalslowdown√¢‚Ǩ¬¶could it be called a laborious worldly recalibration? Can a portugues speaker pronounce all those “L’s”? With China et al, thegrowing weariness with mass consumables has a global domino effect. Followingthe commodity bubble, Brasil still has a potential strength which manycountries do not possess: agroindustry. This sector remains relatively strong,as long as the government doesn’t manage to somehow screw this up too. Humanityis reaching the point where active management of the earth’s ecosystems willrequire ever stricter management. Big potential n the hands of Brasil√¢‚Ǩ¬¶?

    What systemof government? Dictators or depots? Theocracy or tyranny? Socialism or kleptocracy?Communisum or democracy…etc? Banana republic is, unfortunately, still anaccurate adjective for Brasil.As longas countries require a singular government, I guess I would choose democracy,though the electorate tends to elect idiots through increasingly necessarymedia sound bytes.

    Today, worldsystems are at the whims of a powerful few. Such complexity boggles my mind andmakes it soft. I think it is simply for us all to seek a peaceful and secure place to enjoy life. good luck.

  • #276537

    graham
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    without swimming at the local Rio beaches, may you still enjoy and take away some memories of the mystic…and there is a lot more mystic there now than at any time. something’s always happening.

  • #276511

    graham
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    with all the weird sh*t going on down here these days, there’s a lot of people on all sides worrying. PT helps bring about its own demise…etc.

  • #276418

    graham
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    Esprit – appearances…sometimes, often memorable are good. may your challenges be light and your heart always full.

  • #5855

    graham
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    good. the site definitely needs a lot of work in obvious areas.
    some of the old mass are ready to migrate, but many might be lost if there is non-functionality for too long.
    good luck

  • #5819

    graham
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    my post and topic went OK, but why is my real name rather than my gringo’s member name displayed with my post?

    here are name rules for the gringoes.com forum:

    “The following Member Names are not allowed:
    – Contain your real name
    – Contain website or email addresses
    – Contain contact information i.e. phone numbers, postcodes etc.
    – Appear to impersonate someone else
    – Contain swear words or are otherwise objectionable
    – We recommend you do not use your actual name as your username, and if you do it is at your own risk”

    I would guess that most members prefer to use their member name rather than their real name.

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