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  1. I've been experimenting with this feature for a couple of days and have found it seriously lacking in two respects:

    1. You can't tell what the poll will look like until it's been published. After that point, you must delete it and start over to make changes.
    2. I had to get help from 1tess and Panos to manage a work around for my test page because standard centering codes didn't work with my theme.

    The blog I need help with is

  2. izaakmak
    Here is the link to the thread that you are referring to:
    Also, it's good that it all worked out for you.
    You might alert staff to that thread by contacting support. That the code works differently in different themes is odd.

  3. panaghiotisadam

    Number 1 is not correct: you click Edit and make whatever changes you want; no need to delete the poll. Number 2 is a theme issue, not a poll issue.

  4. Panos,
    Much more clearly stated. Some one of us should point it out to support.

  5. I did edit my poll but it didn't look any different on my page - even after clearing my cache. The changes that now appear in the first poll came only after I deleted it and made another one.

    Frankly, I'll always be hesitant to contact support because I assume that my lack of experience is just causing me to miss something. How do I know? Is this the proper link to send a query to staff?:

  6. panaghiotisadam

    (Won't be me!)

  7. panaghiotisadam

    The above is a reply to Tess' post, of course.

    @izaakmak: You just had to wait. Changes take several minutes to show up.

  8. On Panos to 1tess: I've just looked at the support contact page. I think I see what you mean!

    On Panos to me: I thought I did give it enough time but even with HS cable, this old hunk-o-junk might take a little more than most. Even now as I type, the delay before it shows on-screen is getting long enough to where I'm going to have to re-boot soon. 8-0

  9. @izaakmak
    Sorry, I don't know what you mean about the support contact page. Can you clarify?
    Also, I don't know where you are, but it's really easy to find free or cheap upgrades of computers. I'd guess you have tried, though…
    @ Panos,
    Why not? Am I being thick-headed or dumb?

  10. @1tess
    I was just attempting to chime in on what I assumed was a joke about the support contact form.

    I wish I knew where to get free PC upgrades! "Cheap" I can find, but what's cheap to others has so far turned out to be too much for me.

  11. panaghiotisadam

    @Tess: I know what izaakmak means, and I agree. For some complaints or suggestions, the "I did - I saw - I expected" straightjacket isn't suitable.

    But I wasn't joking: I was just letting you know. (You're not thick-headed or dumb, I'm capricious.)

  12. Hmm. I was not joking at all. About the support notification.

    The "I did - I saw - I expected" straightjacket isn't suitable." Well, yes. Of course. But When I first started blogging they did not have that (I think), and it came later. Sort of like the SamB auto-response. It's clumsy.

    I've used it only a handful of times—it's like filling out any form. You answer the questions. but then, here, at least, they give you space to add significant info. I have received personal responses from staff and things (typos, misleading stuff in the faq/support docs) have been fixed.

    My naivete.

    and I'm not joking now, either! ≥^,^≤

  13. Polls positioning breaks in Firefox 3.0.11 browser and Safari versions prior to 4.0.1. My seven answer question ends with "Other", the input box of which is between questions 4 and 5.

    Should I send link? Screenshot?


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