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 sunforged 9 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 conversational manner 3 posts in a row-in that view it makes no sense ..(As Misha points...
by Glenn Stok 11 months ago
I would suggest dropping the “Threaded view” since it confuses people. I've noticed that those who use it tend to overlook important parts of a conversation in a thread. If only "Chronological View" were used, this would not only simplify things, but everyone involved would be in sync...
by Misha 9 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 threaded view look absolutely unconnected in chronological view, up to the point...
by Person of Interest 7 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 undeserving victims. To see a perfect example of this, click the forum link below and...
by Kate Swanson 4 years ago
I've only just discovered that quoted sections do not show up in "Threaded" view. If someone posts a long list of questions, I'll often manually quote the different sections so I can reply to them individually. Relache just posted a quote which didn't show up and caused...
by Raye 4 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 Hub.This comment was marked as spam and deleted very quickly because1) The comment...
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