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Adobe uses one of the worst software for its Community

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Sep 18, 2014

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Really these forums use one of the worst web software I ever came across with. It is slow loading, the interaction is even slower, windows close unexpectedly, I get logged out mid writing a entry, or it just refuses to let me in all of a sudden. I've spend to much time just retyping a message as they just disappear.

Is Adobe support looking for a more state of the art software to use on these forums?

Wish list:

  1. Include a predefined selection of Operating Systems
  2. Include a predefined selection of type of error (Discussion or question is way to wide)
  3. Remove all useless and utterly annoying animations
  4. When starting a new entry STOP MOVING the cursor away from the title to the entry. LET THE USER DECIDE WHAT (S)HE WILL WRITE FIRST
  5. Instead of your old MacPro you use now, invest in a good webserver park.
  6. Include a search that works.

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Adobe uses one of the worst software for its Community

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Really these forums use one of the worst web software I ever came across with. It is slow loading, the interaction is even slower, windows close unexpectedly, I get logged out mid writing a entry, or it just refuses to let me in all of a sudden. I've spend to much time just retyping a message as they just disappear.

Is Adobe support looking for a more state of the art software to use on these forums?

Wish list:

  1. Include a predefined selection of Operating Systems
  2. Include a predefined selection of type of error (Discussion or question is way to wide)
  3. Remove all useless and utterly annoying animations
  4. When starting a new entry STOP MOVING the cursor away from the title to the entry. LET THE USER DECIDE WHAT (S)HE WILL WRITE FIRST
  5. Instead of your old MacPro you use now, invest in a good webserver park.
  6. Include a search that works.

Feel free add more points to this discussion.

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No need to add anything. There are long lists in previous threads, and we have been explained repeatedly and clearly why it is not posible to move all the stored information to another software..

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In IT, everything is possible. Just a matter of money.

Time that adobe puts its revenue at the right place and starts supporting its customers instead of its shareholders.

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in this case, there appear to be other, more important but obscure, never explained, perhaps nefarious reasons why Adobe wants/needs to stay with the current software and provider…

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theking2 wrote:

In IT, everything is possible. Just a matter of money.

Time that adobe puts its revenue at the right place and starts supporting its customers instead of its shareholders.

Try to convince Adobe of this, not us fellow users.

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You're preaching to the choir here; not reaching Adobe…

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