Nearly 80 now and find new things difficult. Looking for past posts at the present and logging in is almost ( but not quite) beyond me. I am sure the webmasters will respond to respectful criticism . As the site gets frequented more comments I hope will forthcome and bed it down.
Me too Phil. I found the new site last night, and thought I had posted a message about my Eastern Section meeting tomorrow, but it seems to have disappeared, together with a lot of recent posts on the old site.
After attending the AGM and listening to the expiation about the site it should start to slowly catch up to date .
I can’t edit my last entry, so I think I will not try to use this forum for the time being as it is in LIMP MODE
I was unable to log in using my smart tv which cannot copy and paste text in the photo verification box!
Test message (just checking)
I think the new website looks good, taking me a little time to navigate around it, let’s hope it settles down as we all get used to it. AGM was good, nice to see everyone.
One or two posts starting to appear. Visual appearance looking good. I appreciate the webmaster will have his ( or her) hands full. It might be helpful if a brief tutorial as an introduction for those like me who are quill pen fond. Also an indication timing wise of the various features going live. I am aware that things like Scott Technicalities and sources of supply can be accessed directly on the web so I am looking forward to contact with other Scotter’s as most of my experience is with other makes.
Anyone know how to get posts on the forum to appear in chronological order like on the old website?
I’m seeing this on some little half-page skeleton version of the old site. Is there something wrong or is it some sort of migration to a new forum? I hope this isn’t the finished version as this is just painful to use.
The web site is in limp mode, the old one was taken down before this new one was running correctly and considering the new construction has cost over £7,000 so far,
the so called professional web builder needs a blue touch paper and a bit of explosive inserting in a suitable orifice and told to sort it out!
The Scott Owners Club has always been recognised and identified by the Scott Limit Gauge. This should be continued and integrated into the new website. There are other Scott Owners Clubs out there, primarily dealing with Scott bicycles, so we need the distinction that the limit gauge logo provides.
I certainly hope the usability of the new website improves. At the moment it doesn’t warrant the cost so far expended. The old website may have been dated, but at least it worked.
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