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Topic # 116921 14-May-2013 09:07
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Hey freitasm, just wondering whether you would consider making more room for discussion topics on the home page? 

I believe most people who are on Geekzone spend the most time reading and contributing in discussions so if we had more topics shown on the home page that would be awesome.

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  Reply # 817189 14-May-2013 09:16
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Nice one. Thanks mate.

One more request, and this is just from a browsing point of view - could the forum topics be somehow expanded into two columns? This would negate the need to scroll up and down all the time to see the latest updates. It would be especially useful on mobile devices viewing the full desktop site.

Not a biggie though.

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  Reply # 817196 14-May-2013 09:22
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Yes true. Or use a layout where the topics take up more space on the home page considering it's what people come to see.

Perhaps make News & Headlines narrower?

Food for thought.

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