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What do you think of the new software?

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What do you think of the new software?

I like it better than the other format.
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25%
It will take some getting used to but I'll adapt
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47%
I don't like it but I'll keep posting
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20%
I'm outta here and I'm not coming back
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8%
 
Total votes: 51

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What do you think of the new software?

Postby SASH » Fri Feb 11, 2005 4:08 pm

Not that I think its going to make any difference but I see alot of people saying 'This Sucks'.
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it will be alright

Postby scott wiley » Fri Feb 11, 2005 6:53 pm

it will take some time to get used to, but, we will not have the mysterious postings that we don't know where they came from, the profanity and the classless posts (HIS NAME STARTS WITH N), and we can send messages that are private. I think this is going to be a better forum.

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Postby la4angus » Sat Feb 12, 2005 2:08 am

Much improvement over the old format. This one is much easier to read and follow.

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Postby frenchie » Sat Feb 12, 2005 8:55 am

One thing I don,t miss is scrolling back a page or 2 to find a thread.

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Postby nr » Sat Feb 12, 2005 9:46 am

It is very slow to maneuver. Used to be like a real conversation amongst folks, changing and swerving around. An awful lot of fun.
That is certainly missing now, reminds me of, well, sitting at a computer and working. :( I don't care how many bells and whistles were added.

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Postby Australian Cattleman » Sun Feb 13, 2005 7:24 am

Its nice to know where people come from without having to ask from time to time.
I'll get used to the new format. I stopped looking at Cattle today because it was a pain to get into,but have rejoined.
Have corresponded with some nice people on Ranchersnet and didn't want to stop that contact so have learnt how to use it.
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Postby V_Key » Sun Feb 13, 2005 12:53 pm

Change comes hard to some people - - even the ones that say OUT OF HERE will be back or become Vegans :stop: :cry2: :lol2:

Pictures - Poles - Local are all a + but will miss the "Vegan Site" and seeing them run for cover when they have to back up their misfacts :roll:
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New format

Postby Steve » Sun Feb 13, 2005 10:19 pm

Funny it was the vegan site that I found first, I was doing research for a friend on CLA sources, and read a nasty comment about Beef from one of the veggies. :P I followed the link and after reading the political bull I was hooked :D

I like some of the features but will miss the old format.

Funny no matter how far we go, it is great to have a connection to the great poeple of South Dakota.
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Postby Denny » Mon Feb 14, 2005 9:17 am

The first few days it was :mad: but now its getting more used and easier :D :) :-) but Jerry your still a Dung heap :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Postby V_Key » Mon Feb 14, 2005 2:55 pm

Personally I think having a Vegan Site was Smart - - the pro's here talked to them - - made them Bach-Up their thinking and ran them off with common sence thinking - - I saw it as a Big Help to our way of thinking - - I have talked to Vegans on other sites and posted (Our Vegan url) - - I found that our words had reach the Vegans and they were warned about us - - there was a fear that we did not React or Respond to their Profanity but talked to them and asked them to resond to our Questions and Answers.

As I see it - - We Beat Them at Their Own Game :!: You saw the site Slow down :!: Vegan sites Delete our Post or Just Block us from Posting - - they have even pressured ISP to shut Ag Sites Down who's members had the Balls to post on their sites,

I feel like Ranchers.Net is:
- Playing their Game -
- Letting them Call the Shots -
- Hurting the Livestock Ind. -
- Taken One of the Few Places away
- - Were We Had a chance - -
- - Were We Could Talk To Them - -
- - Where We had the Chance to WIN

Ranchers.Net Please Put the Vegan Site Backon Line for the Good of OUR Livestock Ind.
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Postby M Gravlee » Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:32 pm

Hope to have ALL the Archives up in a couple of days. It's taken longer than I expected. Sorry.

Not sure a new Vegan site here would be worth while. The old one was pretty dead.


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