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Guys @ the ranch...any reasons as to why I'm seeing the Post Reply button changes? Any code enhancements or property enhancements going on?
 
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Yes, we've updated the look and feel of the buttons.
 
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More seriously, the new buttons came about while trying to figure out where to put the new "Watch Topic" feature.
 
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Sounds good. Hope we see some changes to the look and feel of the ranch as a whole.
 
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Good that Jothi initiated the thread of my interest and which i wanted to.

Its a subject to debate, but most people feel that a "button" means a lot than simple "hyperlinks" in terms of "actions".

Though we all got used to the links and we are used to welcome the changes as well, the buttons are no exceptions to this.

The look and feel wise it perfectly fits with the JavaRanch colour combinations and the font size also looks professional.

It would not be nice if the people involved behind the scenes are not thanked for their best efforts.

Thank you ranchers!
[ August 19, 2007: Message edited by: Raghavan Muthu ]
 
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