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Please use this forum thread to notify us of any bugs which you may find. As much detail / screenshots etc would be useful. Please remember to not post any personal information. 

Known bugs.

  • Previous images are not showing correctly. Resolved
  • A small handful of new users don't have a username. Resolved - new members will be prompted to complete. 

Regular feedback about our new Community?

You can use this forum post, or the blog post below, to pass on any feedback. 



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Guest PandaFace

On mobile the ‘go to top’ button at the bottom of the screen generally covers other buttons / moves about a lot as well. Useful on computer but useless on mobile. iOS you can just tap the top of the screen to get same result. Assume there is the same on Android. 

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Guest DaveH

I have a suggestion.

in the “alerts” page the “note” area should be larger so that I can keep notes on each stock. It’s to small and scrolling through each line is not good enough when there is enough room for it to be enlarged. Why has this not been done?

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46 minutes ago, rimmy2000 said:

I cannot see how to add an image to a post. There does not appear to be any upload functionality..?

You can just drag and drop the image into the post on a desktop. 

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Had me stumped for a while too but it's much simpler than the old way. For a block of text just highlight, right click and copy and then paste in post. For a pic right click on to copy then paste and for vid right click to copy URL then paste.


Just looking down writing this post and see there has been added paper clip icon with more options, that wasn't there yesterday.

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1 hour ago, Caseynotes said:

Hi @JamesIG, checking my profile and I seem to be on some kind of backwards time loop, it's telling me I joined last week, which unless my memory is going I'm sure must be wrong.

thanks for this - I know there were a few accounts (7 to be exact) which had mapping issues linking the username to the posts. I believe yours was one of them, and when we manually mapped / re-entered your existing username it looks like it reset the join date. Let me see if there is anything I can do on the back end. 

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