The old forum could have taken it into account and displayed local time for everyone on each post but it wasn't turned on so it showed server time and it's true it made no sense. I have looked at Kunena's own forums.. this is a Kunena forum .. and from what they say, you can't show the time anyway.
I do look at the times something is posted. This site saying posted "1 week 3 days ago" or "5 hours 53 minutes ago" is confusing. I'm in the west, my day starts later than everyone elses - I know it is probably knit-picking but to me it is nice to know when a post was made, now it is just guessing.
Time on other site
top right of page
Server Time: 07:05:03 AM Your Local Time: 08:05:06
How it is above a post in a thread
Posted - 31 Jan 2010 : 11:54:28 AM
On Social Chat page with all the threads
11 Aug 2009 4:04:21 PM
On the main page with all the sections on it
01 Feb 2010
My screen still shifts so half is gone to the right when I hit "reply" or "reply topic" but not "quick reply". I guess this is product of using explorer6 so perhaps no need to address this but more FYI.
I'm forced to use IE 6.1 at work because of the corporate policies on updating the software on their time schedule. I have overall site problems with it. Mostly in the display shifting or wrapping. For example, the main menu selection wraps to half a page rather than going completely across the top and therefore the menu selection don't work where they overlap.
If I shift to Firefox, the site seems to work fine. I experimented with Safari at work, but didn't spend enough time to give good feedback.
I'm using IE 8 at home as my primary browser, I've had a few issues with the replies, but not in the last couple of days.
Having a IT background as a career, I know that testing web apps is tough because of all the browsers, and PC setups. Does the new web site have a "test" region or are they moving from the developers PC directly to "production"? Depending on the answer, I might suggest a stronger testing lab environment and test plan.
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There is no test forum or site. Would be nice, but not available.
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