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Yikes, why this.
I’m solo today, but I can get that looked into early next week. Thanks for the report!
I’m sorry to ask this here, but I’ve been searching forever for the answer and am getting no where and I don’t know where else to post this question. I really have been trying to find the proper channel for this. I know I’m probably being accidentally really obtuse and ridiculous with having to search this hard. How do you include a gif in a post? And can someone please direct me to where I should ask these questions in the future?
On my end of this website, things are really disorganized and difficult to sort through. It’s hard to make sense of it. I can’t tell if it’s my device, my software version, or my Safari version. I love the DC Infinite community site, but I’m hoping in the future it will become more clear cut, at least for whatever is causing the troubles on my end (device, software version, Safari version, etc).
On the computer sometimes it lets you drag and drop on the reply, otherwise you have to embed or copy and paste, which does work on my iPhone and iPad sometimes, however sometimes nothing works for it, depends on which site you are getting them from. You can also save to desktop and upload as well as files on iPad, works most of the time.
Also copy and pasting works as well depending how the gif is coded.
@MasterBruiseWayne I’ve gone ahead and moved your post over to the thread where you can ask questions about the community all you want! Also, you can always create new threads here in the Earth-2 Help Center section of the forums if there are other questions you need answered, non community related.
I’m sorry you’re still dealing with those issues in the community forums… have you tried clearing cache and cookies to see if that fixes something?
It looks like @RexRebel beat us to the punch about GIFs . Personally, I’ll usually find GIFs on Giphy and just copy + paste the links in the chat box and they load right up.
Thank you so much! I really appreciate it and was finally able to add a gif to a post.
Thank you! I really appreciate your help and you moving my post here so I know where to ask questions. If I could trouble you with one more, can we cross out words? Like just put a line through them and if so, how?
Hoping this is the right place. How do we report missing issues? The newest Suicide Squad series is missing Issue 2. Currently only has issues 1 and 3. Not sure why 2 was skipped.
Hey @MasterBruiseWayne! You can cross out words by adding ~~ to each end of the phrase you want to cross out. Like so:
Hope that helps! Let us know if you have any further questions.
Hi @Dathmus, thank you for the report! This particular comic had a file issue and our team is currently in the process of sourcing the original files so we can re-upload it to the server; rest assured our team will get this fixed as soon as possible.
In the future, you can post any comic errors you find in our Comic Book Error Report Thread here!
Is there something similar for underlining words? I’ve just been typing [“U][/U”] around the words I want to underline, but if there’s an easier code, please let me know. Thanks.
Great question! Unfortunately, I don’t believe there’s a simple version akin to the “~~”. The code you are using is the best option at the moment.
Make the header menu float when scrolling. It’s annoying to scroll to the top of the page to access it, only to have the older posts load and push it off the screen.
Thanks for the feedback! This has been requested before but I’ll mark it down again
When previously announced comic issue releases are delayed, it would be nice if an official post was made to that effect, along the lines of this, without people having to ask about it. I totally get why DC may not want to publicize delays, but it would be useful information to have, so that people aren’t just left wondering where expected issues are.
Hey @KookieSuperApe, thank you for the suggestion. I’ll pass this along to the rest of the team and we’ll see what we can do about disseminating the information differently in the future.
I would like to suggest some sort of buffering system for reading on the browser.
When reading on tablet, I can download an issue to avoid the problem, but often on PC, I’ll have a problem where when I turn the page it will load the wrong one. Then I have to keep flipping pages for it to correct itself. Then another page pops up out of place.
To give an example:
I opened Justice League #59 to take a look at the JLDark back-up.
I used the page browser to select page 20, the first page of the story.
When I turned to page 21, it loaded page 18. Since I had it zoomed in to panel view at the time, I didn’t notice and thought it was just a cameo of the main League.
Once I realized it was the wrong page (hard to do without the page browser since page numbers no longer exist in comics), I flipped pages back and forth to get page 21 to appear, but instead page 23 popped up and replaced page 20.
And a couple of different suggestions:
It would be nice to be able to find previous weeks’ releases without having to do a search for the individual titles.
Speaking of searching… The search function no longer works like it used to.
Before, if I typed in something, like Justice League and I saw the one I wanted pop up in the drop-down (say “Justice League of America (1960-1987)”), I could click the name and it would take me directly to the series page.
Now it just uses those words in a search, giving a ton of results.
I liked the old way.
I could type in part of the title, and the year (like “League 1960”) , and it would give the matching result in the drop-down that I could click and go right to the series page.
Hey @LeonardoMyst, thank you for the requests and report! I’ve added these to the list for the team to take a look at.
I was thinking that it would be helpful, especially on my threads, if there was an ability that allowed the people who created a thread to pin a post to the bottom of the thread. What I mean is the pinned post will show at the bottom of the thread, until dismissed by one of the users or unpinned by the host.
Almost like what the moderators do with banners, but for individual threads/posts.