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thornysarus's picture

Whatever the technical term for them are, I wish they would go away. I find them obtrusive, especially if viewing CB with the darker theme... The blue links that trigger these beasties are almost illegible.

What say you all?

mara06's picture

Yeah, Terry. Me too. Mara

Yeah, Terry. Me too.

Mara

gwells's picture

odd, i don't see them. must

odd, i don't see them. must be something i've inadvertently blocked in FF.

jHouse's picture

Dont get them.

Dont get them.

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mbennett2's picture

I dont get the popups

I dont get the popups because I avoid the link, but the blue type is horrible.

pokie's picture

hate them.

hate them.

Ivan's picture

Sorry guys!

Let me fix the color at least first. It's in test mode for now.

pokie's picture

this color is better,

this color is better, thanks.

thornysarus's picture

Just being honest

Ivan, I know that any avenue to produce revenue from CB is worth exploring. I wouldn't blame anyone for that, but these pop-ups gotta go.

They've turned browsing CB from an entertaining and engaging learning experience with our peers into navigating a virtual mine field. Trying to avoid being "hit" with another advertisement, which most of the time the ads have nothing to do with the triggering-link.

Just my 2 cents worth.

Terry Thornhill

e-zign Design Group

3dogmama's picture

With all these pop-up

With all these pop-up bubbles appearing I feel like I'm trapped in a 1980's music video...
;)
"I accept chaos, I'm not sure whether it accepts me."
Bob Dylan

Ivan's picture

Thanks for the feedback

Thanks for the feedback guys. We will keep testing it for a while and after that we'll reconsider. Please bear with me until than!

kbahey's picture

Logged in users should not see them

We have implemented a change where logged in users will not see these links. We continue to experiment and see what works best. Hope this is less intrusive.
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