This is a suggestion not a complaint.
I find it very hard to read the 20-30 line posts that have no interspace. I have seen some lately that I would like to read, but it's just too difficult or time-consuming. Is it just me?
What an intriquing title I must say! Caught my attention..and took me back to the days of "Lost in Space"....Those were the good ole days, I must say!Long posts without interspace
i'm in the same boat with you, emme. i'd like to make lots of paragraphs so it would be easier to read and i hope others will do the same.
please take a look here (my first post in this 4rum). would you be more comfortable reading it or i should make more breaks?
... hope the link works, i'm still new here, lol.
What an intriquing title I must say! Caught my attention..and took me back to the days of "Lost in Space"....Those were the good ole days, I must say!
Well...now that I see it again..I know it was meant for writing...but thank you for the walk down memory lane!
Not this Mars thing againYesterday i was on my way to mars and now I'm heading even further into (inter)space, don't know where this is going. I'll probably be calling earth at this time tomorrow, but I will have a 100 posts and be fully registered, Beep beep
I couldn't resist Now I'm there :yahoo:
I will officially not be thanking anyone in one week and only post what I think is potentially useful posts. My thank you/thanked stats are really bad and my reputation is worse than I deserve, I hope
Some are finding those buttons offensive it seems...I think an agree/disagree button would have been more useful than the like/dislikes...but it is what it is..jod5413: I really wish the forum didn't have those stats/thanks/and now "likes" being tabulated, too. I do not think they have any basis in reality, but some folks seem to like them. Maybe it is a status thing?
Ah, so I'm not the only one who has trouble making it to the end of some of VinylWeatherman's and John Steed's posts!I will pass up a post without paragraphs; it makes my eyeballs bleed. Also, I will pass up long, drawn out repetitive posts. If the poster has something to say, I am all for it, but if they repeat their opinion 11 different ways, all in the same post it tends to bore me and I will move right past it.
At this point, I'd say that a newcomer asking for information would only need to be concerned if they received a response from someone under 5 Rep Power.
Ah, so I'm not the only one who has trouble making it to the end of some of VinylWeatherman's and John Steed's posts!