Monday, November 17, 2014

New Look

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As you can see, we are trying a new look on the blog. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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  1. And let us know if the fonts look bad on your screen. If they do, tell us what operating system you're on too.

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    1. Nice look. I also like that it looks like we can reply to replies now... or at least I think we can. (Testing it out at the moment.)

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    2. Yes we can. (Although our comments will get out of sequence!)

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    3. We can turn replies off if you don't like them. I kind of like them though.

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  2. This looks really good. A major improvement on the old look.

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  3. The fonts look great. I love the new look!

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  4. I love the look of P1 as the border frame.

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  5. I like the fact the poster is included at the top now rather than the buttom. No problems with the fonts of Firefox running on RHEL6 (Linux).

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  6. Very nice. No issues with fonts.

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  7. As a traditionalist, I'm opposed to change of any kind. ever.

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    1. Quite right Ryan,

      On the other hand, the very first comment on this blog, more than nine years ago, was a plea for a white background (http://evangelicaltextualcriticism.blogspot.co.uk/2005/10/what-this-blog-is-about.html#comment-form)

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    2. So, you've finally succumbed to an ancient heresy?

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  8. (Is this going to repeat? Tell me it's not going to repeat. Well, if it does, at least it's a short comment.)

    The link to my "Resources" page still needs to be updated to
    http://www.curtisvillechristianchurch.org/BasicTC.htm .
    (Without the "l" at the end.)

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    1. James, I still have some plans for the sidebar content, but when I get to it, I’ll be sure to fix the link.

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  9. Thanks, Peter. You might also want to add links to the two Facebook groups that discuss NTTC: New Testament Textual Criticism, moderated by James Leonard, Stephen Carlson, and some other guy, and NT Textual Criticism, moderated by me. They tend to have the same atmospheres that the old Yahoo discussion-groups had, before Yahoo destroyed their own product.

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  10. A very 'crisp' and 'clean' look for a great site. Much appreciated on all your work!

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