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The Forum is a "Jive" Turkey!

Community Beginner ,
Dec 07, 2010 Dec 07, 2010

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Have to get this off my chest.

I think the entire Forums layout is bad. I had to search forever to figure out how to post in the Adobe forum. I thought I was logged in, as at the top right it said "Welcome, Jerry Mann." But apparently that is not good enough for the Forums page: you have to log in separately in the upper left of page. And it was not clear that I had to do this.The courtesy of a note that says, "Log in to Adobe Forums to post a reply!" would be very much appreciated, but way too much to ask for, obviously. Riduculous.

And furthermore, spell check should automatically highlight mispellings, not have to search for the button to turn it on.

AND furthermore, I tried to "Submit product  feedback" (bottom of page) and this took me to Jive's site, but there  was NO WAY to comment there.

Wonderful.

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 07, 2010 Dec 07, 2010

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And FURTHERMORE, the search function does not function, which is what brought me here in the first place. Oh, I almost forgot. I am a photographer, and was ORIGinally searching for help with that part of my life. And could not find the help, because the Forum is a Jive turkey.

Thank you.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 08, 2010 Dec 08, 2010

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Jerry Mann wrote:  photographer


http://forums.adobe.com/community/photoshop

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 08, 2010 Dec 08, 2010

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I am aware of the separate forums for photography-related software, and was doing my original search in

the Lightroom forum.


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New Here ,
Dec 08, 2010 Dec 08, 2010

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Jerry Mann wrote:

Have to get this off my chest.

I think the entire Forums layout is bad. I had to search forever to figure out how to post in the Adobe forum. I thought I was logged in, as at the top right it said "Welcome, Jerry Mann." But apparently that is not good enough for the Forums page: you have to log in separately in the upper left of page. And it was not clear that I had to do this.The courtesy of a note that says, "Log in to Adobe Forums to post a reply!" would be very much appreciated, but way too much to ask for, obviously. Riduculous.

And furthermore, spell check should automatically highlight mispellings, not have to search for the button to turn it on.

AND furthermore, I tried to "Submit product  feedback" (bottom of page) and this took me to Jive's site, but there  was NO WAY to comment there.

Wonderful.

The Jive software has been delighting people for over two years now; many hundreds

were so delighted they left and never came back! In addition to those, the powers-that-be also banned a good number (many of them very knowledgable contributors) and though these banned folks could, of course, come back under new names, most have chosen not to do so.

Though many, detailed complaints have been made about this out-of-date and buggy software that Adobe somehow seems to feel it must use (and Jive somehow seems to feel it has

no obligation to fix), problems (like random line breaks) just don't seem to get fixed.

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Enthusiast ,
Dec 08, 2010 Dec 08, 2010

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welcome to the club.

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New Here ,
Dec 08, 2010 Dec 08, 2010

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dave milbut wrote:

welcome to the club.


Saaaaaaayyyyyy....... maybe someone should create an "I Hate Jive Software™" Facebook Page. Maybe even some of the moderators here would join!

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Engaged ,
Dec 09, 2010 Dec 09, 2010

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Apparently it already exists!

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=110274565674651

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Enthusiast ,
Dec 09, 2010 Dec 09, 2010

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lol!

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New Here ,
Dec 09, 2010 Dec 09, 2010

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Userbak610 wrote:

Apparently it already exists!

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=110274565674651

Shocking! Cool! I'll have to join as soon as I get home.

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