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Release 2011-12-11.

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  1. shadowfiend
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    - Staying on the site for a long time no longer results in a million chats; that should reduce how much the site slows down over time. We have a couple more tweaks in this vein that we'll be releasing over the next week. - We're testing a new sign up screen; you may or may not see it. Additionally, following a link directly to a question when you aren't logged in should scroll most of the sign up banner out of the way. - Some associated improvements in how connect with facebook is done for initial signup. - “Dashboard” links now read “X members online” where X is the actual number of members who are online. - Fix an issue where scrolling too far in the group dropdown would make it disappear. - Several style tweaks thanks to our Sith Lord of design darthsid . - Allow moderators to give a reason when a user gets suspended. This should let us issue shorter-term (i.e., 5-15 minute) suspensions with some explanations instead of having to let you guess what happened. - Some tweaks to the size of the level numbers next to avatars across browsers and operating systems. Let us know if you spot anything wrong!

  2. Tomas.A
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    Should there be (red) scrollbar? And also I think when you scroll sign up area should scroll together (purple, I think you know what I mean?) it would look more nicer at least for me.

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    I'm not sure what you mean about the sign up area. It seems to be scrolling correctly. As for the arrows on ask a question, that shouldn't be there, but we also haven't seen it in any browser we've tested. This is obviously Linux, which browser/version?

  4. Tomas.A
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    yes linux :P chrome v.15 tested with firefox there's no scrollbar

  5. Tomas.A
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    1st sctreen reality 2nd my opinion

  6. shadowfiend
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    Ah, no. That's working as intended :)

  7. Tomas.A
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    Is it ok that chat stops loading history after certain amount scrolling up? but when I refresh page it allows me to load more

  8. Tomas.A
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    also when I opened this page http://openstudy.com/users/sasogeek#/updates/4ee0426de4b05ed8401b374c it doesn't allow me to scroll down, it always automatically goes up

  9. Tomas.A
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    hmm, first time I got link from http://preetharam.wordpress.com/2011/12/09/hacking-education-again-on-openstudycommunities-of-practice/ but when i manually opened this one (by going to sasogeek profile and selecting) it works fine

  10. Tomas.A
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    loading in the middle of chat

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    Interesting. We'll have a look.

  12. Tomas.A
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    Also it might be not bug but it's irritating for me, if you read chat history and someone posts it scrolls and if it's active chat then i can hardly read. I believe it was different before update? Or I haven't notice? :D

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