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Moving to dreamwidth or staying on lj?
keep calm and rock out
rocks_not_dead wrote in t_and_b_anon
(Please note that with some time of waiting in the dreamwidth queue the entire community including all comments and settings can be moved to dreamwidth.)

Poll #1805782 Move to dreamwidth or stay on lj?
This poll is closed.

As for so many other memes recently, it's time for us to decide now, too. Do we want to move the meme over to dreamwidth or stay on lj?

move to dreamwidth
stay on lj

I'd also like to say, for those who don't know yet that dreamwidth is going invite code free til the end of the year. However, you can also post without having an account here.

The poll will close January 7th.

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If someone would let the mod know what the FFA CSS is and where to find it, then maybe mod could do that. I think I've mentioned this before, but I know nothing of coding. In any case, anything we do, be it a code or changing the layout, doesn't *solve* the problem or undo what lj has pulled these last weeks.

I completely agree. I know I'm in the DW boat already and all, but the poll has consistently stayed between 63% and 65% FOR the move since we put it up, and I think that probably relates to the fact that most of us who want to move want to do so on principle in addition to the fact that we dislike the new system.

Anyway, dear mod: It looks like you might be able to put a custom style on the comments by going into Manage Communities > Journal Style > Customize Journal style > Display > Basic Options > "Disable custom comment pages for your journal" and change the dropdown from 'yes' to 'no'.

I saw that you picked a custom style for the journal, but for some reason, the custom comments pages default to "off", even for S2 styles. Hope that helps!

I also want to move on principle. And for the longer comment limits, which is more convenience than principle. And I totally agree, a new layout doesn't solve or fix the issue, just puts a bandaid on it. Which is going to be ripped off when they roll out the new comment system for S2 styles.

That said, here's the FFA CSS and directions for using it. You'd also need to enable custom comment pages like the above anon said.

Thank you. It's implemented now.

Gah - that means I can't expand threads any more. Damn.

Oh well, I guess I can wait on that move to Dreamwidth.

Someone linked you to it last week.

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