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Offline William Graham

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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #160 on: 08/03/2018 05:03 pm »
I think there might be a bug with the "like" button at the bottom of articles. I went to "like" Chris Gebhardt's commercial crew article, but the icon was already lit up as if I'd already clicked it. I've noticed this a couple times before but this time I'm absolutely certain that I hadn't already clicked it.

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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #161 on: 08/03/2018 09:27 pm »
Yeah, not even sure the point of that as I didn't even notice we had that until now! ;D

I'll speak to Mark and see if there's a better thing we can add to that.
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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #162 on: 08/28/2018 11:21 pm »
 Am  I the only one having trouble getting pages to show up in mobile mode? They come in that way but snap back to desktop half the time. Reloading fixes some but not others. Only on this site and the same with Chrome, Firefox and Brave on my Galaxy S7.
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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #163 on: 08/28/2018 11:26 pm »
Am  I the only one having trouble getting pages to show up in mobile mode? They come in that way but snap back to desktop half the time. Reloading fixes some but not others. Only on this site and the same with Chrome, Firefox and Brave on my Galaxy S7.
I'm not having issues on my G S7.

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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #164 on: 08/28/2018 11:43 pm »
No issue on iOS
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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #165 on: 08/29/2018 01:26 am »
Am  I the only one having trouble getting pages to show up in mobile mode? They come in that way but snap back to desktop half the time. Reloading fixes some but not others. Only on this site and the same with Chrome, Firefox and Brave on my Galaxy S7.
I'm not having issues on my G S7.

All great on my G S7 too. So it's not the site.

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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #166 on: 06/10/2019 04:58 pm »
Anyway we can block political ads from appearing as an ad for example on the main home page? I don't need any Trump swag or MAGA hats and that would be for both sides of the political spectrum Democrat or Republican...
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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #167 on: 06/10/2019 05:00 pm »
Anyway we can block political ads from appearing as an ad for example on the main home page? I don't need any Trump swag or MAGA hats and that would be for both sides of the political spectrum Democrat or Republican...
Thanks
~Rob

It's random, no one person gets the same ad, per that one you're talking about and it's supposed to be on topic and based on location etc. So that's very annoying to hear. You should see an "X" where you can note it's inappropriate etc. If all else fails, use Adblocker as you're a L2 member and totally earned no ads on site.

This is what I got just now, for example (was looking at new keyboards on Amazon! So that was clever ;D) Notice the X in the top right?
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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #168 on: 06/10/2019 05:04 pm »
Anyway we can block political ads from appearing as an ad for example on the main home page? I don't need any Trump swag or MAGA hats and that would be for both sides of the political spectrum Democrat or Republican...
Thanks
~Rob

It's random, no one person gets the same ad, per that one you're talking about and it's supposed to be on topic and based on location etc. So that's very annoying to hear. You should see an "X" where you can note it's inappropriate etc. If all else fails, use Adblocker as you're a L2 member and totally earned no ads on site.

This is what I got just now, for example (was looking at new keyboards on Amazon! So that was clever ;D) Notice the X in the top right?
Somebody's watching us! Thanks for the quick reply.
~Rob
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Offline Chris Bergin

Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com New Site Launch
« Reply #169 on: 06/10/2019 05:05 pm »
Anyway we can block political ads from appearing as an ad for example on the main home page? I don't need any Trump swag or MAGA hats and that would be for both sides of the political spectrum Democrat or Republican...
Thanks
~Rob

It's random, no one person gets the same ad, per that one you're talking about and it's supposed to be on topic and based on location etc. So that's very annoying to hear. You should see an "X" where you can note it's inappropriate etc. If all else fails, use Adblocker as you're a L2 member and totally earned no ads on site.

This is what I got just now, for example (was looking at new keyboards on Amazon! So that was clever ;D) Notice the X in the top right?
Somebody's watching us! Thanks for the quick reply.
~Rob

That'll teach you for watching Fox and Friends. ;D
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Re: Upgraded NASASpaceFlight.com News Site Launch
« Reply #170 on: 12/19/2019 09:52 pm »
Tried to find a place for feedback on the launch webcasts, but hope this is close enough.
1. I can tell there are teething problems, but you are making good progress.
2. Often when remote cams are placed, they are not precisely level. With big vertical things like rockets, it is visually jarring. If leveling at the pad is difficult, perhaps consider image rotation software?
3. A really cool feature would be to be able to show different rockets side-by-side to correct scale. Is an F9 taller than an Atlas V? Thinner? The "live" rocket could be compared to various other current and historical vehicles. Instead of historical photos for comparison, silhouettes could work too, and might even be easier to understand. On-air crew is always asking for comments and questions, and this would generate lots of opportunity for audience interaction (and fill that bane of live commentators, dead air).

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