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      Further to the message below - while watching back to back RWC games I kicked off the upgrade to the new and improved software platform.  I was getting pissed off with all the bugs and so have chosen improved functionality over look and feel in the short term. RaceCafe will run a little slowly for awhile as the database re-indexes and while I optimise every option.  However you will see an immediate improvement in the way things work e.g. no more issues with funny html codes showing up in posts. Try accessing RaceCafe on a mobile device now - it looks awesome!!!! What's next?  Everyday you come back in you will see something different - cosmetically things will slowly change to our own custom colours.  Also new blocks of functionality on the front page, guest blogs, menu reshaping and so on and so on. Enjoy the experience - please contact admin@racecafe.co.nz if you have issues logging in.   Hi All Well Spring is here and RaceCafe is due for another makeover.  We will be upgrading the site over the next couple of weeks. The upgrade will fix a number of bugs that have been annoying us all, a much improved performance in terms of speed, a complete mobile device experience and most importantly a new more robust platform on which to build new services. In the short term you will see a big improvement in functionality but with less pretty looks and over time the latter will be improved as new services are added. IMPORTANT: The upgraded platform relies on you remembering exactly your Display Name and Password - please note these down. In testing phase the cutover has been relatively straightforward with no loss of user access i.e. you username and password as they currently are will continue to work. However if you have been using your email address to log in this may not work. If you have any problems please email admin@racecafe.co.nz Thank you for your continued support.  We look forward to providing a much improved service and great features over the coming weeks.
    • Helpful Tips for New Functionality   09/20/2015

      Hi All Well the indexing of the database has finished and you will have noticed an improvement in speed.  Still some more tweaks to do with regard to performance.  Keep an eye on the announcements at the top of the page as we introduce new functionality and features. TIP ONE: On the topic list page If you click on the time underneath the last poster it will take you to the last post. TIP TWO: If you hover your mouse pointer over the title of the topic a popup box will emerge - it has the first and last post in it. TIP THREE: After you have clicked on topic and read to the bottom of the posts you will see at the bottom of the page on the right some text saying Next Unread Topic (in bold) with the topic title shaded underneath.  If you click on this area it will take you to the Next Unread Topic that YOU haven't read. Enjoy.
    • If You Have Trouble Logging In   09/24/2015

      Some of you have experienced issues with logging in.  First step is to clear your browser cache and then click on http://www.racecafe.co.nz


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