And I just found another bug. Line breaks in plain text mode show up fine in the preview, but get destroyed when it's actually posted.
I'm usually one who is always for spiffy new designs. This isn't bad but has a few glaring problems.
Number 1: Size down those huge fonts! Yuck! The OSDN bar and the [HOME | BROWSE | etc. bar takes up heaps of spaceand dominates way too much. I run 1280x1024, but always with my browser windows taking up half a screen size. The fonts are extremely hard to read at that size, but somewhat bearable if I choose 'Smaller' Text scaling in IE5.5 .
Number 2. get rid of the horizontal scrolling - NOW! Firstly, it's a menace to read in anything other than 1280x1024 full screen. That is just *wrong*. Secondly, you know why newspapers have articles in smallish columns? It's because wide lines of text are very difficult to read and nasty on the eye. The current situation, with the huge fonts and the wide lines is a typographic nightmare!
Number 3. More distinction between days on the main page/right column. It's all a bit of a blur.
Number 4. If I didn't know better, I'd think that this place was called thinkgeek or something. The logo is tiny, and is dwarfed by the ad banner next to it. It really looks as if the ad banner is the title for the page! I liked the wide old banner very much.
Apart from that, the new features are nice, and pretty changes in style are always welcome. However, these usability problems need to be fixed.