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Good questions and I hope these answer them:
1.) Yeah, there is a little (perhaps too little) icon on the left of the topic title. Sorta look like a page in a circle. If that page is white, you’ve read it and there are no responses. If there is a new topic or new responses in a topic, there is something new.
2.) It does that now. However, you may be seeing subject that are Stickied at the top. If you can provide a snapshot of what you mean, please attach it.
So daMongolian has started a pretty good thread here. Any other ideas or suggestions? Can’t say that can all be implemented, but it’s darn possible I’ve overlooked something.
I couldn’t get it to work either…it sucks…
It seems to be working for you now. I know when I first signed up for the gravatar account, it took a bit of time for the avatar to show up. Seems like patience is part of their process.
Can’t get the Gravatar to upload a pic regardless how long I wait or refresh.
Was a totally pain to register!
I would recommend trying another browser and seeing if that helps you out at all.
Just a reminder that there is a training occurring this Sunday (July 1st) in Davis, California.
I realized I haven’t introduced myself. I’m Ranger Flint and have been a ranger going on six years now. I’ve been a Volunteer Coordinator, Green Dot, RNR (Rapid Night Response), Mentor, and currently am a special consultant to the Ranger Council. Above all, I’m a dirt Ranger.
Before this, I’ve volunteered for several other departments, built large-scale playa art, and a camp coordinator for theme camps. Yet none of them quite clicked for me as a way to become a solid participant of Black Rock City. Now most of the time you’ll never see a Ranger until you really need one, as they stay unobtrusively out of the way. I spotted a couple of Rangers on patrol who stopped by to say, “Hello.” I hadn’t a clue on who they were or what they did, so I asked. I was amazed that this community-based, selfless service existed. It was then that I immediately set in motion the desire to pursue this volunteer role.
I’m grateful that I have done so.