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 Author: WhiteHorseMatt View Messages Posted By WhiteHorseMatt
 Posted: Sep 16, 2023 10:29
 Subject: Re: Prefer my Bricklink Classic?
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In Suggestions, jennnifer writes:
  In Suggestions, WhiteHorseMatt writes:
  On the profile page there is a banner 'Prefer My Bricklink Classis?'
with a button to change styles.

This website update was years ago, can we remove this to settings to free up
screen real estate please?

That's funny, my page says 'A fresh new look for My BL is here!
Check out our new, efficient design! You can switch back to the original view
at any time.'



I guess I've never used any of the 'new' pages. They are all too
spread out and bright.

~Jen

Agreed, but I'd rather it didn't waste the space saying it, we both have
chosen the one that we like years ago.
 Author: 1001bricks View Messages Posted By 1001bricks
 Posted: Sep 16, 2023 10:23
 Subject: Re: Prefer my Bricklink Classic?
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  I guess I've never used any of the 'new' pages. They are all too
spread out and bright.

Same, tried a few New pages, never had used those since.
 Author: jennnifer View Messages Posted By jennnifer
 Posted: Sep 16, 2023 07:25
 Subject: Re: Prefer my Bricklink Classic?
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In Suggestions, WhiteHorseMatt writes:
  On the profile page there is a banner 'Prefer My Bricklink Classis?'
with a button to change styles.

This website update was years ago, can we remove this to settings to free up
screen real estate please?

That's funny, my page says 'A fresh new look for My BL is here!
Check out our new, efficient design! You can switch back to the original view
at any time.'



I guess I've never used any of the 'new' pages. They are all too
spread out and bright.

~Jen
 Author: WhiteHorseMatt View Messages Posted By WhiteHorseMatt
 Posted: Sep 16, 2023 05:25
 Subject: Prefer my Bricklink Classic?
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On the profile page there is a banner 'Prefer My Bricklink Classis?'
with a button to change styles.

This website update was years ago, can we remove this to settings to free up
screen real estate please?
 Author: hugibricks View Messages Posted By hugibricks
 Posted: Sep 12, 2023 21:44
 Subject: Why no yellow notifications icon for orders?
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We get little yellow icon notifications for new messages, why was this not enabled
for new orders?
The notifications can be removed once the order is opened.

The little green dot can mean any number of things.

cheers
Matt
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Sep 12, 2023 15:22
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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In Suggestions, DeLuca writes:
  This is an entirely unnecessary change, and would require work that could be
put towards things that actually need to be done (tag system??).

Appreciate the input. Thanks
 Author: DeLuca View Messages Posted By DeLuca
 Posted: Sep 12, 2023 10:30
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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This is an entirely unnecessary change, and would require work that could be
put towards things that actually need to be done (tag system??).
 Author: NeprostoyGamer View Messages Posted By NeprostoyGamer
 Posted: Sep 11, 2023 04:10
 Subject: Sorting parts
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Hello, dear developers and programmers of this site.

I have this problem.
I very often build different buildings from my parts and at the same time I use
your service to sort my parts from my Lego sets, but I REALLY miss sorting the
parts by color.

I would be very grateful if you could add such a function to the section on the
site where you can sort your parts from sets.
Thank you in advance!
 
 Author: CCBricks View Messages Posted By CCBricks
 Posted: Sep 10, 2023 08:59
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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Maybe "Not Today"


In Suggestions, Macaronis writes:
  In Suggestions, ghyde writes:
  In Suggestions, popsicle writes:
  Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

I voted no. It is simple and to the point. It's also easy for me to find.
Why overcomplicate things?

Cheers ...

ghyde


I would suggest just using the word NOPE in Bold
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Sep 9, 2023 18:12
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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In Suggestions, ghyde writes:
  In Suggestions, popsicle writes:
  Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

I voted no. It is simple and to the point. It's also easy for me to find.
Why overcomplicate things?

Cheers ...

ghyde

Appreciate the input. Thanks
 Author: Macaronis View Messages Posted By Macaronis
 Posted: Sep 9, 2023 15:49
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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In Suggestions, ghyde writes:
  In Suggestions, popsicle writes:
  Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

I voted no. It is simple and to the point. It's also easy for me to find.
Why overcomplicate things?

Cheers ...

ghyde


I would suggest just using the word NOPE in Bold
 Author: ghyde View Messages Posted By ghyde
 Posted: Sep 9, 2023 15:29
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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In Suggestions, popsicle writes:
  Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

I voted no. It is simple and to the point. It's also easy for me to find.
Why overcomplicate things?

Cheers ...

ghyde
 Author: randyf View Messages Posted By randyf
 Posted: Sep 9, 2023 00:00
 Subject: Re: Stop List
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In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:

  outside are things called trees, they grow in this green stuff called grass


The outside that I go to has trees growing in this stuff called dirt or soil.
And the grass grows in it, too. Never seen these trees that grow in grass.

amazing your outside has trees that grow in Dirt...
.. because Soil is the only 1 out of those 2 choices that can maintain plant
life.

-- The main differences between dirt and soil are:


1) Dirt contains no living matter, while soil is enriched with matter like humus,
living organisms like insects and microbes, water, nutrients, and air.

2) Soil is able to support plant life, while dirt lacks this matter that is necessary
for the growth of plants.

3)Soil is alive, while dirt is dead.

4)Soil is what plants grow in, while dirt is what gets on your clothes when you’re
working in the garden.


Wikipedia is fun.

wikipedia...?

i go figured everyone learned basic ecology in grade school...

but hey, people learn different things at different times in life..

glad i could help you...


Like how some people at some point learned that trees don't grow in grass.


my trees grow in my grass.
my yard is covered with grass, in my grass , trees grow.

i didn't say trees survive off of grass.
dirt doesn't grow the tree, soil does

my fish grow in my fish tank
my fish tank is full of water, in that water, fish grow

water doesn't grow the fish, food does.

but i will end this conversation. i know what happens when a BL representatives
gets embarrassed on here.. those 'friendly private emails" from Lego
Russell just end with a forum ban.

have a good day.


I grew up in the country where everyone called it dirt. I still call it dirt.
I am sure that I learned that soil and dirt were different at some point in my
life, but my brain did not remember that when writing the prior sentence. What
it did remember was that I call it dirt, and I am not embarrassed by that.

I also hike a lot in old forests, and there are a lot of trees with no grass
to be seen. But there is a lot of dirt.
 Author: PlanetEarthToys View Messages Posted By PlanetEarthToys
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 23:09
 Subject: Re: Stop List
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In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:

  outside are things called trees, they grow in this green stuff called grass


The outside that I go to has trees growing in this stuff called dirt or soil.
And the grass grows in it, too. Never seen these trees that grow in grass.

amazing your outside has trees that grow in Dirt...
.. because Soil is the only 1 out of those 2 choices that can maintain plant
life.

-- The main differences between dirt and soil are:


1) Dirt contains no living matter, while soil is enriched with matter like humus,
living organisms like insects and microbes, water, nutrients, and air.

2) Soil is able to support plant life, while dirt lacks this matter that is necessary
for the growth of plants.

3)Soil is alive, while dirt is dead.

4)Soil is what plants grow in, while dirt is what gets on your clothes when you’re
working in the garden.


Wikipedia is fun.

wikipedia...?

i go figured everyone learned basic ecology in grade school...

but hey, people learn different things at different times in life..

glad i could help you...


Like how some people at some point learned that trees don't grow in grass.


my trees grow in my grass.
my yard is covered with grass, in my grass , trees grow.

i didn't say trees survive off of grass.
dirt doesn't grow the tree, soil does

my fish grow in my fish tank
my fish tank is full of water, in that water, fish grow

water doesn't grow the fish, food does.

but i will end this conversation. i know what happens when a BL representatives
gets embarrassed on here.. those 'friendly private emails" from Lego
Russell just end with a forum ban.

have a good day.
 Author: randyf View Messages Posted By randyf
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 22:45
 Subject: Re: Stop List
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In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:

  outside are things called trees, they grow in this green stuff called grass


The outside that I go to has trees growing in this stuff called dirt or soil.
And the grass grows in it, too. Never seen these trees that grow in grass.

amazing your outside has trees that grow in Dirt...
.. because Soil is the only 1 out of those 2 choices that can maintain plant
life.

-- The main differences between dirt and soil are:


1) Dirt contains no living matter, while soil is enriched with matter like humus,
living organisms like insects and microbes, water, nutrients, and air.

2) Soil is able to support plant life, while dirt lacks this matter that is necessary
for the growth of plants.

3)Soil is alive, while dirt is dead.

4)Soil is what plants grow in, while dirt is what gets on your clothes when you’re
working in the garden.


Wikipedia is fun.

wikipedia...?

i go figured everyone learned basic ecology in grade school...

but hey, people learn different things at different times in life..

glad i could help you...


Like how some people at some point learned that trees don't grow in grass.
 Author: PlanetEarthToys View Messages Posted By PlanetEarthToys
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 22:42
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In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:

  outside are things called trees, they grow in this green stuff called grass


The outside that I go to has trees growing in this stuff called dirt or soil.
And the grass grows in it, too. Never seen these trees that grow in grass.

amazing your outside has trees that grow in Dirt...
.. because Soil is the only 1 out of those 2 choices that can maintain plant
life.

-- The main differences between dirt and soil are:


1) Dirt contains no living matter, while soil is enriched with matter like humus,
living organisms like insects and microbes, water, nutrients, and air.

2) Soil is able to support plant life, while dirt lacks this matter that is necessary
for the growth of plants.

3)Soil is alive, while dirt is dead.

4)Soil is what plants grow in, while dirt is what gets on your clothes when you’re
working in the garden.


Wikipedia is fun.

wikipedia...?

i go figured everyone learned basic ecology in grade school...

but hey, people learn different things at different times in life..

glad i could help you...
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 22:38
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, popsicle writes:
  Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

stop is the proper civilized terminology...
it portrays what the seller wants to occur, stopping any sales.

"Decline & Refuse" entails the order was placed, yet the seller is not
wanting to complete the sale

"Exclusion & Exclude" are just long-form versions of Stop.

considering BL is a global sales site, 'Stop' is likely the most Universal
word that is easily understood & tranlated to the entire BL customer base.

Appreciate the input. Thanks
 Author: randyf View Messages Posted By randyf
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 22:36
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In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:
  In Suggestions, randyf writes:
  In Suggestions, PlanetEarthToys writes:

  outside are things called trees, they grow in this green stuff called grass


The outside that I go to has trees growing in this stuff called dirt or soil.
And the grass grows in it, too. Never seen these trees that grow in grass.

amazing your outside has trees that grow in Dirt...
.. because Soil is the only 1 out of those 2 choices that can maintain plant
life.

-- The main differences between dirt and soil are:


1) Dirt contains no living matter, while soil is enriched with matter like humus,
living organisms like insects and microbes, water, nutrients, and air.

2) Soil is able to support plant life, while dirt lacks this matter that is necessary
for the growth of plants.

3)Soil is alive, while dirt is dead.

4)Soil is what plants grow in, while dirt is what gets on your clothes when you’re
working in the garden.


Wikipedia is fun.
 Author: PlanetEarthToys View Messages Posted By PlanetEarthToys
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 22:35
 Subject: Re: Stop List (revised)
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In Suggestions, popsicle writes:
  Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

stop is the proper civilized terminology...
it portrays what the seller wants to occur, stopping any sales.

"Decline & Refuse" entails the order was placed, yet the seller is not
wanting to complete the sale

"Exclusion & Exclude" are just long-form versions of Stop.

considering BL is a global sales site, 'Stop' is likely the most Universal
word that is easily understood & tranlated to the entire BL customer base.
 Author: popsicle View Messages Posted By popsicle
 Posted: Sep 8, 2023 21:43
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Gonna express this here under suggestions, for lack of a better topic to use.
But no need to vote or take too serious Just looking for candid feedback on
the idea of rebranding the sometimes divisive feature

As the Stop List is a unidirectionally action, I thought a more descriptive term
for the outdated and sometimes confusing phrase, could easily replace it. Some
other descriptor that would serve both buyer and seller better.

Decline Service List, Refuse Service List, Excluded from Service, Service
Exclusion List
, or whatever you might come up with other than just “stop

Just today’s over caffeinated thinking, and frankly not all that important. I
mean, ambiguous as stop sometimes comes across to the uninitiated here, the phrase
has been around a long time. There’s that to consider, but on the other hand
“don’t stop improving” is a good mantra and attitude to maintain.

-popsicle

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