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On 8/16/2021 at 8:21 AM, jackson white said:

@sjoens you could try this Chrome add-on which adds a convenient toggle to the browser bar.

https://mybrowseraddon.com/dark-mode.html

(was doing some remote location work and finding the "light" screens were attracting too many bugs at night ...)

Thanks, that helps a little but needs tweeking to get it right.

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I'd like to see a section for user shared techniques.

As in: This is the way I do this ......

Allowing users to share their knowledge of a specific topic. All under one main topic heading, with a thread for each new topic as a kind of user supplied tutorial.  The idea being to group these together rather than spread throughout the Forum.

 

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9 hours ago, rfssongs said:

I'd like to see a section for user shared techniques.

As in: This is the way I do this ......

Allowing users to share their knowledge of a specific topic. All under one main topic heading, with a thread for each new topic as a kind of user supplied tutorial.  The idea being to group these together rather than spread throughout the Forum.

 

https://discuss.cakewalk.com/index.php?/forum/44-production-techniques-new/

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Hi there, I think that specifically in the Q&A section, it can be a little confusing that the "Meh" reaction emoji (a thumbs down)  is distinct from a downvote and does not affect the score of a post.  Perhaps a face emoji for "Meh" would be better.

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I fully agree! Thumbing own a post shouldn't affect someone's community reputation.

"I didn't like your post" is not the same thing as "I don't like you." I don't think it makes any sense that a new person can be given a "poor reputation" because (to make up an example) he started a thread on "IKM moving to subscription model." (They aren't.)

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OMG, did something change with the forum software? I just discovered that when I click on an embedded image I can actually zoom in on it rather than continuously clicking and getting the same size.

There's a secret to it, though, you must initially click near the edge of the image. If you click the center, it does the useless behavior I'm used to.

Has it always been this way and I was just clicking in the center (I know, foolish me)?

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+++ THIS +++ post appears to be SPAM.  I'm reporting it here because the forum does not have a procedure or place for users to report suspected SPAM.

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4 hours ago, Jim Fogle said:

+++ THIS +++ post appears to be SPAM.  I'm reporting it here because the forum does not have a procedure or place for users to report suspected SPAM.

Just FYI: You can report spam by using the "Report post" link at the top right corner of every post (in front of the share icon).

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, shusaku yoshida said:

If start cakewalk  appeare credit in video like,and Cakewalk start not reach complete.Help me.It's trouble.

@shusaku yoshida Have you checked similar topics below that you have posted in the past?

過去に投稿されたものと同様の質問に見えます
上記トピックの回答を確認して下さい

Edited by HIBI
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