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WCNI Radio > WCNI - 90.9FM

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Leslie



Joined: 20 Apr 2004
Posts: 3
Location: Groton
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In our effort to improve the site, we're looking for suggestions from all of you. What would you like to see added, improved, deleted, or otherwise modified? I have some nifty photos, so I'm thinking of a gallery somewhere.

I'm no fan of those goofy emoticons, and I'm sorely tempted to delete them. I'd probably get mail, so I won't.

-Leslie (Mrs. Senslis)
Post Wed Apr 21, 2004 10:53 am
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Cpt. Z



Joined: 22 Apr 2004
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I'm on another forum that seems to use the same programming as this one. It works pretty well - easy to understand - easy to follow.

Idea Just want to use an emoticon to tweak you a bit. Laughing. I guess emoticons are a necessary evil Twisted Evil in text only messaging. They help to keep misunderstandings from happening so often Rolling Eyes. I prefer the restrained use of keyboard created emoticons, once in awhile, over the too cute pre-pasted ones Neutral, but that's progress Exclamation Shocked


Having SpellCheck available is nice. I found that it wanted to correct words that I had spelled correctly or that it wanted to change words completely. I'm not sure if I understood it properly or if it has a mind of its own. I'll be careful with it in the future.


Suggestion: Keep 'sticky' threads to a bare minimum.

Thanks so much for getting us up and running.

Phil Siena
Post Fri Apr 23, 2004 11:41 am
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senslis



Joined: 20 Apr 2004
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Location: Groton
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I agree that this spell checker has some to be desired... and I think it could be improved with just a better word list. I'm really not impressed with the "word list" they provided for the english language. For example, it didn't include "I'm" - which I've now added. I will add to or replace the dictionary if I find a better list of words. If you come across a good complete list of english words, let me know.

This is a fairly commonly used forum - we just tried to give it a "facelift" so it would look more like the rest of the website.

-Laurin
Post Fri Apr 23, 2004 9:13 pm
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