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@Huw, also, never did mention that I really like the new 2-coloured 'xx NEW' icons next to each message.
I don't know about you, but I have tons of saved passwords in my browser, so at the moment I use Firefox and my wife uses Chrome for this reason. Once my little boy gets a bit older, he can use IE, and we'll put passwords on FF and Chrome. That way everyone can store their own site passwords without worrying about the 'saved password, oops daddy I bought a yacht on ebay' problem.
Then they can have their own Brickset ID too and build their own collection list! Thinking about it, it would also allow you to set up IE in kid-friendly high security mode, plus you could point the parental monitoring software at it, and I imagine it'd be much easier to config that way.
I've been waiting for the browser makers to cotton onto this and allow 'profile login on open' options like you get on windows. Let's see who jumps first.
The option to remove minifigures from my collection in cases where I purchased a set without the figures would be a great improvement IMO. Although this is something I don't do that often, my minifigure collection is not accurate as I have done it a couple of times.
Is there a donation thread anywhere? Most other similar communities I am a part of accept donations for site up-keep etc. I would gladly toss $10 into a hat for BS, just point me in the direction.
edit: ooh yes, it's back to what it was. Weird.
It'd also be cool if the smileys were minifig heads... Although it has no effect on the functionality of the forum.
Type something into the search box, eg "b-wing" and underneath the results is a thin 'empty' result which when clicked redirects back to the current page.
The HTML is:
This can also be seen by typing rubbish into the search box - rather than seeing nothing or a dummy entry saying 'no results', the thin line is displayed.
Very minor as I say, and probably even by design, but QA at work have raised sillier things than this for me to fix so I thought I'd pass on the love :)
All the other pages seem to work very nicely.
Also, the white/grey difference isn't distinct enough for those with vision problems.
(PS: Even the back-button of the browser won't give you the page before where you had all themes available in your search...)