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Need more padding in responses.

LEGEND ,
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Might just be me, but I find the vertical space of posts, specificially staff or mvp users, to be too small. The first line of a post is directly below the datestamp of the post. This leads to unread text or at a minimum extreme visual confusion when reading replies.

I've taken to adding a period and a few returns to every post to move content away from the software text.

It would be helpful if there were something like 20-40 pixels of padding before and after the user-input text to separate it from the auto-generated text of the forum software.

My aplogies if this has been brought up before.

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Need more padding in responses.

LEGEND ,
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Might just be me, but I find the vertical space of posts, specificially staff or mvp users, to be too small. The first line of a post is directly below the datestamp of the post. This leads to unread text or at a minimum extreme visual confusion when reading replies.

I've taken to adding a period and a few returns to every post to move content away from the software text.

It would be helpful if there were something like 20-40 pixels of padding before and after the user-input text to separate it from the auto-generated text of the forum software.

My aplogies if this has been brought up before.

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I agree with you, Scott.

It has never been brought up before (in this forum, where other disturbances have, such as the different backgrounds).

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LEGEND ,
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I don't see such behavior anywhere; can you post a screenshot how it looks for you?  (And some info about your browser / OS?)

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This is how my above post appears to me (Waterfox 15 on Windows 7):

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LEGEND ,
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I agree with Scott W 100%.

Just look at any post with a one-line first pararagraph, followed by more verbiage below.  With any luck, this will be a good example. Just look at any post with a one-line first pararagraph, followed by more verbiage below.  With any luck, this will be a good example. Just look at any post with a one-line first pararagraph, followed by more verbiage below.  With any luck, this will be a good example. Just look at any post with a one-line first pararagraph, followed by more verbiage below.  With any luck, this will be a good example. Just look at any post with a one-line first pararagraph, followed by more verbiage below.  With any luck, this will be a good example.

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