I'm struggling with it too. The constant GDPR compliance is a pain and I thought that the drag'n'drop method of uploading photos on the old forum was the simplest I've ever seen.
Are you unable to drag and drop into the text anymore? or Copy/Paste? Clicking the image icon still allows you to input the image as you remember it, but the functionality has become more responsive still.I'm struggling with it too. The constant GDPR compliance is a pain and I thought that the drag'n'drop method of uploading photos on the old forum was the simplest I've ever seen.
This is something we're currently bug testing a feature like this on a few sites and once we believe that we can implement this without issue we'll be bringing it over here as well. Thank you for your patience while we work to get you the features you're most looking forward to.I don't like it either, not sure if it's because it's new, or badly designed.
The poster' s details used to be next to the post. Now, to see the bike/location, you have to touch the poster's icon and go back to answer
What warning are you expecting to see related to GDPR, it might be grandfathered in from the first time you approved it on the old platform.Most of the time I am on an oldish (4? Year old) iPad and have 70meg broadband
I am not seeing an gdpr warnings. That's not to say that at first post on the new system I didn't "ok" a cookie that now hides the warning
Ye-ea-ah ... two things you might want to review:-To keep us GDPR complaint all users currently in the EU must be made aware of any and all cookies on this site.
If you accept it, this pop-up will disappear until the next time your cache and cookies are cleared.
... followed by:-On access to the web-site, I am greeted with a list of various cookies, which default to yes.
Not only that, before posting there is a further list: tags, options, etc.
Now access is delayed by your adware cookies and not user friendly.
... although "Rusty1" isn't clear whether the "constant" applies just to TriumphRat or to using the www generally.I'm struggling with it too. The constant GDPR compliance is a pain
The upgrade could've been publicised much better before it happened ...It is certainly no improvement...…….I see lots of work done, but for nil benefit.
Mmmm ... did that for my address ... the only name that comes up is of someone I've never heard of, so it's at least five years old.If you're scared of privacy issues just type your home address in search bar. In USA anyway make no mistake. Your life is no longer private.