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designercook's picture

I just tried to post a comment, and found at least 62 options at the end of my attempt to post.

THIS IS TOO MUCH!

OY! I don't even know if these are being seen!

Gordon

designercook's picture

Embarrassedly, I'm commenting (post #69056, reply #1 of 4)

Embarrassedly, I'm commenting on my own post.

I've now finally figured out how to post to this too-complicated site. I'd tried before to say "THERE'S SIMPLY TOO MANY OPTIONS" and everyone seems to have migrated away from this mess that's been created.

I agree with Ashleyed (sp. my apologies) CLOSE THE DOORS AND FIX IT!

I don't NEED to categorize this and add an image and link it to my website and bookmark it and put my photo with it and format it, and whatever-idiotic-ever-else is suggested!

This was a lovely sight. With the terrible rework of the magazine came an even-more terrible rework of the website and if no one has noticed......everyone went away.

These would be your readers and subscribers, folks......your target audience. -They're gone.

Robyn, I'd have quit by now. You've got us nipping at your heels and obviously some overly-bright idea people saying this is the way to go.

Close the doors. Fix the damn thing and maybe, just maybe people might come back.

I'm sorry. I used to love this magazine. I gave it to clients for Christmas gifts. I used to visit the site daily. Some bright "idea person" has messed up a really good thing.

I sincerely hope you can recover.

Gordon Huser
Minneapolis

Adele's picture

What are you talking about? (post #69056, reply #2 of 4)

What are you talking about? What options?

The magazine is still good. :)

But, but, it's SUPPOSED to taste like that!

AnnL's picture

Come on over to CooksTalk (post #69056, reply #3 of 4)

Come on over to CooksTalk Classic. MadMom set it up on the Delphi forums, so it's a very familiar, comforting feel. Hopefully, this link will get you there...

http://forums.delphiforums.com/cooks1

Ann
"The elders were wise.  They knew that man's heart, away from nature, becomes hard; they knew that lack of respect for growing, living things, soon led to lack of respect for humans, too."  Chief Luther Standing Bear, Lakota Sioux

designercook's picture

I'm THERE! bye fine cooking. (post #69056, reply #4 of 4)

I'm THERE! bye fine cooking.