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Whilst that other thread slowly makes it's way onto its 18th page, here's where you can post your actual faults with the site. Again, this isn't for design suggestions or complaining that the older version was better, but things that are legitimately broken - Here's a couple I have: 1. (RESOLVED) Almost half of the smileys appear as broken images on the 'Show All' smiley window. Also the table itself is far too wide meaning you manually have to expand the window to see which smiley text corresponds to which smiley. I've tested this on both Firefox 5 and Google Chrome 13, so it starts off like this: and manually expanding like this: 2. As pointed out by (eek, can't remember now - sorry whoever it was !), in Chrome (which I think, though could be wrong, adheres strongest to W3C standards) when writing a post the posting window will cause the Tab key to lose focus. In fact the Tab key becomes completely functionless when posting so you have to use the mouse to select or click anything else on the page. Not a biggie just a bit off a functional faff. 3. (RESOLVED) There currently (unless I'm missing something) doesn't appear to a way to embed youtube videos without having to reedit the post. First you put the youtube url within the [ Youtube ] [ /youtube ]tags and post, then have to click edit then remove the [ url ] [ / url] tags from you post.
And by Hollywood, I mean "those huge companies like DreamWorks and LionsGate that keep churning out big-budget movies." I hap'd upon this article while newsing my morning read: So there is a goddamn re-make re-boot of Conan The Barbarian, now. In 3D. There will be sequels. Its main competition is a goddamn re-make of Planet of the Apes. And do I really need to comment on "Spy Kids 4"? You damn dirty producers. Myself, I am really looking forward to the re-make of Blade Runner. These "big" films have eaten all the food in the fridge, all the canned goods, and even that last scary can of Manwich that's bulging with botulism. Then they still wanted more, so they began eating the formica countertop, then the walls. At this point, they are devouring the foundation beams that keep their penthouse apartment on the top floor. Someday, there will be a re-make of "The Graduate," and the movie that re-launched cinema in '67 will complete the circle and finish it off. Drama aside: Can it go on like this? Will big-budget films continue to exist in their current form? Is Hollywood too big to fail?