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Old Dec 22, '12, 12:01 pm
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Ok well you asked if we like the changes. The majority don't, I think, judging by the responses here. Will it change back, then? Why did you ask, if our input is going to change nothing? I think that's what Julianne is getting at.
Exactly. In my experience, asking forum members for input NEVER causes a change or a modification. It's just a way for the members to blow off steam until they get used to and accept the changes made.

Have any of the Facebook petitions ever caused FB to change anything back?? Not a chance.
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Old Dec 22, '12, 5:13 pm
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Exactly. In my experience, asking forum members for input NEVER causes a change or a modification. It's just a way for the members to blow off steam until they get used to and accept the changes made.

Have any of the Facebook petitions ever caused FB to change anything back?? Not a chance.
LOL sad but true. They just added a bunch of stuff on FB, except the most popular request: a "dislike" button.

Now I see there is a poll up in another part of concierge about whether or not we like the changes here. I hope all of those who already voted here know to go over there and vote.
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Old Dec 23, '12, 3:38 am
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FORUM ADMIN:

Someone closed a thread the other day and I noticed the "CLOSED" button at the top still has the light box background. The one that got away!!!
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How about some color other then grey??? I'm getting a dark gray at the top, fading to a lighter gray. How about a dark blue at the top, lighting to a mediam/light blue at the bottom with green/brown contrest? Please???
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How about some color other then grey??? I'm getting a dark gray at the top, fading to a lighter gray. How about a dark blue at the top, lighting to a mediam/light blue at the bottom with green/brown contrest? Please???
Seems to be a browser issue or something with some folks. It's actually brown.
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Old Dec 25, '12, 12:19 pm
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Seems to be a browser issue or something with some folks. It's actually brown.
Or not a browser issue and it's actually grey.
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Old Dec 25, '12, 12:52 pm
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Or not a browser issue and it's actually grey.
You can check the page coding for the color that is intended to show.
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Old Dec 25, '12, 3:47 pm
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awful grey color on IE
page is all out of whack on firefox- (I prefer using firefox if possible)

it's grey with a huge thermometer , once you scroll past that the messages are all jumbled up, I tried CTRL + and - but nothing helps

maybe it's because i don't have a big monitor ?

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Old Dec 25, '12, 4:25 pm
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You can check the page coding for the color that is intended to show.
Perhaps so, but the code is obviously not written correctly and it is in fact, grey. Grey on more browsers than not. That's all.
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You can check the page coding for the color that is intended to show.
On the page coding information from Firefox, it says that it is intended to be gray. I still see a dingy brown, with light gray.

Although, by now, I've gotten used to it. I still miss the image of the Madonna on the banner, however.
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Old Dec 26, '12, 10:50 am
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On the page coding information from Firefox, it says that it is intended to be gray. .
Really? What's the number or color code?
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Old Dec 26, '12, 10:52 am
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Perhaps so, but the code is obviously not written correctly and it is in fact, grey. Grey on more browsers than not. That's all.
I don't think so, unless there's been a poll. I use Chrome and Firefox and it's a nice taupe-y brown. Hey, maybe you should post a poll to see what most folks see!
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On the page coding information from Firefox, it says that it is intended to be gray. I still see a dingy brown, with light gray.

Although, by now, I've gotten used to it. I still miss the image of the Madonna on the banner, however.
Agreed on the last part.

I'm on FF, too and I see gray
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Sorry to sound jaded, I've been on other forums where changes just happened, and usually after some sort of comment period, none of the comments or suggestions were implemented although many were quite sensible and the members were very willing to do whatever it took to help.

Are you really taking our opinions into account?
Hi Juliane,

Yes, we take your considerations into account with what we can do with the resources available. I've opened this thread to get your feedback. Merry Christmas and Blessed New Year
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I don't think so, unless there's been a poll. I use Chrome and Firefox and it's a nice taupe-y brown. Hey, maybe you should post a poll to see what most folks see!
I see dead people! No, wait... It's just the color of old chopped liver.
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