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Just a test to see if we are truly back online!
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At last it would appear so Nick.

But for how long ? !!
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I wonder if you can change the appearance of the board like before?

Seem to have a lot of wasted screen either side of the board

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ctrl and + makes the screen zoom in so as to fit better
ctrl and - does the opposite
Nice to be back - Congratulations - and thank you for all the hard work.
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Please read the front page announcement of what is working and what is not. Themes are on the list but getting the forums available and secure was first priority.
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Well done to all who have no doubt been working very hard to get things up and running again. Certainly like the new look of things on this forum.

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johnrossetti wrote: Sun Oct 11, 2020 5:50 pm ctrl and + makes the screen zoom in so as to fit better
That just makes everything bigger.

I had not spotted the announcement regarding what is happening
Found it by going in to another forum
https://forums.uktrainsim.com/viewtopic ... &p=1878329

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Good work Matt and Peter, nice to have things back and working.

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Great work everyone, nice to see the site back up and running.

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Everything working fine now,no need to answer my email. Well done.I did miss it though.
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Thanks to all concerned for all the f.r.u.s.t.r.a.t.i.n.g sweat, toil and tears which undoubtedly went into this rebirth!

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Hi, we need to renew our subscription but that part of the site still does not seem to be working still. Any ideas when it will be.
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Same here clicked on renewel email link selected currency and period. . Then nothing

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Same for me!

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That is a known issue that is being worked on this weekend.

For all updates see the thread in site admin ---> viewtopic.php?f=26&t=152837
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