Go to Jive's own forum. What do you like and dislike?

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Feb 22, 2009

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Have a look at Jivesoftware's own Clearspace (that's the name of the proposed new forum software here) support forum. You might even want to create an account so you can access everything any other user would.

http://www.jivesoftware.com/jivespace/community/support/clearspace?view=discussions

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Don't spare the words, be specific and clear in your assessments and suggestions.

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Go to Jive's own forum. What do you like and dislike?

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Have a look at Jivesoftware's own Clearspace (that's the name of the proposed new forum software here) support forum. You might even want to create an account so you can access everything any other user would.

http://www.jivesoftware.com/jivespace/community/support/clearspace?view=discussions

What do you like?

What do you dislike?

How would you make it better?

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First thing I noticed was the pop-up profiles that load when you roll over a user's name. <br /> <br />I personally find these annoying, and would opt to turn that off, if possible. But, it doesn't seem that users <b> <i>can</i> </b> turn that off in their Control Panel/Forum Viewing Preferences page. <br /> <br />Not good. <br /> <br />I'd like to hear whether it's possible for Cornicello & Co. to customize the installation to disable this globally, or to somehow make it a user preference? <br /> <br /> <a href="http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?picture=1nrFS3f3vJ0C9WYab1RZ2evY9qbeom1" /></a> <img alt="Picture hosted by Pixentral" src="http://www.pixentral.com/hosted/1nrFS3f3vJ0C9WYab1RZ2evY9qbeom1_thumb.jpg" border="0" />

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Feb 22, 2009

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And here's a HUGE problem, as far as I'm concerned. One that is first and foremost above ALL other considerations:

That link in the thread starter, above?

It takes between 14 and 17 seconds to finish loading. YIKES!

Click on a thread title...9-12 seconds to load. YIKES! And I based that on a thread that is JUST the starter post... a thread with NO replies. DOUBLE-YIKES!

Click my mouse's "Back" button to return from that thread to the thread index...another 14 seconds or so.

On the Adobeforums as they currently exist, with my system & cable connection, thread indices and discussions that display the maximum allowed content take a mere 2-5 seconds at the very most when things are running as usual.

THAT sort of glacial performance, that one thing all by itself irrespective of any other changes that people may not adjust to straight awaywhen compared to the page load speeds we have nowmay very likely chase away current users in droves.

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Phos±four dots:

I looked at the page but I did not encounter the speed issues you mentioned. I found the links and operation of the 'back' button to be very quick.

The problem I keep seeing in all these 'previews is the same:
(1) total display area including message and 'fluff': about 950 pixels
(2) actual 'information' content (including the name and avatar: about 690 pixels
(3) actual width occupied by message content: about 525 pixels

Now I pose the question to everyone: Does this strike you as efficient use of screen area?

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took about 3 seconds here phos. and about 2 to go into a topic.

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Hmm...could be network congestion. I noticed some slowness in other travels today, too.

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