Never let it be said that I don't listen ...
Jeconais posted on Saturday 18th February 2012 2:47pm
As much as I liked and preferred the new layout for story lists, it was growing more and more obvious that I was in a minority.
As the number of complaints started to exceed the number of compliments, I decided to revert the code.
crystalscan posted a comment on Saturday 3rd March 2012 12:46am
I'm glad you reverted. This is much more user friendly to me. Thank you for paying attention to your users! I would love to see the ability to sort by word count, or review count, but that takes a back seat to the clarity of this layout.
Tanaxanth posted a comment on Sunday 26th February 2012 2:19am
An idea for something new to look into if you want to change the look.
Maybe a mobile version of the website to make it easier to read while on the go?
bmatsea posted a comment on Friday 24th February 2012 10:06pm
It wasn't that i didn't like the "new" look it was difficult to use properly. How about a mix of the 2.
the search feature of tthe new with the look of the old
Tommy posted a comment on Friday 24th February 2012 10:41am
Personally, I liked it. Not that it was perfect, mind you, but it at least showed individual story updates, and not just the latest one (like the standard form you use now, does). For example, if JBern updated two of his fics on the same day, we wouldn't know. Only the latest one would show. Maybe you could find a way to use both? Would that be possible? As in, we can chose for ourselves?
Anyway, it's still nice to see some activity on fanficauthors, and not just from the authors themselves. ;)
Sean Dillon posted a comment on Sunday 19th February 2012 12:00am
It seemed to me the new format was a lot slower to load than the older version using both IE7 and IE8. Thanks for changing it back.
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