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New Site Defects - Sat Aug 25, 2012, 02:17 AM
bgalon's Avatar
Since: Aug 2012
Posts: 8
Okay all - I'm starting this to create a single point for all defects on new site. I'm disappointed at it as I believe it was not properly tested before going live, but this is how things are and we need to try to help in moving forward and resolving all issues. Please contribute only new defects that were not typed before. Typing "oh, it also happens to me" is just going to confuse things". Let's try to make a concise list:

Here are my two pence:

1) On right pane “Rank” does not show the actual rank of the member logged in.

2) On right pane “My courses” shows “in progress” courses that have already been completed.

3) On right pane. Selecting in “my courses” the course “single table tourneys”, and then going to the lesson “the early phase”. When choosing to see full lesson and scrolling down, the interactive quizzes in the middle of the page do not display. Instead, one gets a request to log into some obscure server.

4) When Selecting “league” in the upper menu, trying to go to the first page of the league standing by clicking the small left arrow under the league table puts you in the same page where you are rather then move you anywhere.

I hope PSO can actually provide a list of defect and time table to fix so the community stop being in the dark regarding when things will be back to normal.

Sat Aug 25, 2012, 04:05 AM
TOO2COO's Avatar
Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 3,882
Hello Bgalon

We already have a thread for you to share your feedback in please use that thread for any comments you might have on the New Site

Link to Comments Thread


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