I went to the Forum FAQ page Forum FAQ, and was very surprised by this list of recent discussions:
Starting from the 8th FAQ, all are 5 years old, which is hardly "recent" and probably make the answers unusable. Just for testing purposes, I opened the "How can I jump (to) the last message in a thread", and found an April 2009 message by adobe-admin that describes two methods. None of them works in the present version of the forums.
Considering the workload centered around the CC 2014 update and all the questions, I am not surprised that old information is "languishing on the vine" without being "pruned" to clear the "deadwood" away from the Adobe tree (how's that for mangling metaphors?)
?Yep, thanks for the reminder on this one. Updating documents is on my to do list, but I had forgotten about the Forum FAQ space. Should be done by the end of the week.
Did John C tell you how to fit 12 hours of work into an 8 hour day before he retired?
12 hours? More likely 18 hours...
And 8 days a week. 😉
Updating all the public FAQs is in-hand. Been busy elsewhere, sorry!
Dave, as far as I know, nobody is criticising you or Madison; we all know you are doing a great job. And an almost impossible one in my opinion.