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Proposal: split Europe & Rest of the World Patches into several (1 Viewer)

njlarsen

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Dear all,
checking if there is anything interesting in the South America section under "Europe and the rest of the world" either takes opening the main section in a new window, or it takes clicking the down arrow and scrolling down through several screens worth of other headings before finally making it to SA. I am proposing that each subforum in this section be made its own forum to make it easier to use the down-arrow.

Niels
 

MJB

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Dear all,
checking if there is anything interesting in the South America section under "Europe and the rest of the world" either takes opening the main section in a new window, or it takes clicking the down arrow and scrolling down through several screens worth of other headings before finally making it to SA. I am proposing that each subforum in this section be made its own forum to make it easier to use the down-arrow.

Niels
I suggest that the dropdown menu should not be locked in sync with the page in "Europe & Rest of the World Patches" but instead should allow down movement of the menu while the page stays still, which is the usual practice on many websites. Locking in sync makes Australia & New Zealand appear far below the end of the page...
MJB
 

njlarsen

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I think the main thing is that the dropdown menu should be a lot shorter. I proposed one solution (split the forum into several) but any other solution that achieves the same would be fine.

Niels
 

njlarsen

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Every time I hit the down arrow in this area I get disappointed ...

Niels
 
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