They shrink if you view the forum with the threaded option. On chronological, they stay as they were before. That is one reason I stick to chronological, as well as the fact that the font is too small on threaded.
The numbers have been moved over, not so sure the picture is smaller. I realize on threaded it is, but on what I consider normal(chronological), the pictures seem to be the same, but the authorscore has been moved over slightly.
I posted the link Jason gave, which tells you the changes recently made.
by sunforged6 years ago
With some users using the threaded view and others using chrono some threads are becoming intelligible Ex)http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/34590#post769233You'll see in chrono view that one hubber responds in a...
by Person of Interest5 years ago
What a poster set to Chrono posts is not always what a reader set to Threaded sees. And vice-versa for all I know. In other words, I'll bet there have been lots of miscommunications where both sides end up being...
by Misha6 years ago
After much suffering with the new forums format, and observing and analyzing, I came to the conclusion that it is possible to have my cake and eat it, too - if HP developers will cooperate.The problem: Replies made in...
by Raye2 years ago
To my fellow Squids, one of our compatriots has just given me a perfect example of how NOT to be when first arriving at HubPages. Please allow me to share.This is a perfect example of how NOT to comment on a...
by Brittany Kennedy5 years ago
I saw a couple hubbers saying to others that they had only X amount of posts in the forums. Is there a quick way for me to see how many I have posted or do I just have to add them up? Are only forum...
by aware6 years ago
am i alone in not liking how the forum posts are being jumbled when you quote or reply to earlier posts?
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