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To much White Space, remove the 2 lines of post under Title.

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To much White Space all over these forums and by not displaying the first 2 line of the post under the title that would help with the to much white space.

 

 

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To much White Space, remove the 2 lines of post under Title.

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To much White Space all over these forums and by not displaying the first 2 line of the post under the title that would help with the to much white space.

 

 

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Agreed.

 

This very point has been raised multiple times - both during testing and since launch - but obviously has never been high enough up the priority list so nothing has been done.

 

Time to action it now.

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To add to this for Adobe employee benefit, see this thread (page 12) for a user made css that makes the forum page bearable. Requires a browser extension and installing a user css through the extension.

 

https://community.adobe.com/t5/Back-Room/New-Forum-Issues-Part-two/m-p/10644276#M52058

 

Edit: For those without access to that forum, install the browser extension 'Stylus', click on the Stylus icon in your browser and click the 'Find styles' link. Browse through the list for 'Adobe Forums Compact CSS'.

You can also search for it on the userstyles.org website once you've installed Stylus.

 

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Amber that add-on, plugin, extension is all well and good but it does not take the place of a properly designed functional forum system which this forum is NOT.

We need the Forum Fixed. Not a Browser Add-on.

 

2019-10-06 17_10_23-AutoCAD Architecture Forum - Autodesk Community.png

 

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Oh yes, I know. Just posting it to show the extremes people are going to. And Adobe can copy the code from it. 😛 😛 😛

 

(yes, I know they can't really. but if I don't laugh I'll cry...)

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Perhaps they can't copy the code, but I think the design should point them in the right direction!

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