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A Quick Apology



Some of you may have noticed we're experiencing some issues with the thumbnail images for articles on our homepage, and that some images aren't appearing as they normal should within articles.

We're also aware that there are a few bugs in the voting for our awards if you're using Firefox.

This is just a quick note to apologise for both these issues and to reassure you they're problems at our end that we're working to fix as soon as possible.


In the mean time, we ask for your patience.

If you have any questions please do post them in the comments for this article.


The TR team.

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Julian Bell

October 20, 2011, 2:10 am

Didn't know where to put this so that you'd notice, so I thought I'd let you know here that you have the blackberry bold 9000 from 2008 in your 2011 awards in the mobile phone category. Assume you meant for Bold 9900 to be included.


October 20, 2011, 3:37 am

Now, how about an apology for ruining what was once a very decent, clean and easy to use tech site?!


October 20, 2011, 4:35 am

Didn't even notice, the whole site feels like it's falling apart all the time anyway. But thanks for the notice.


October 20, 2011, 11:26 am

Thanks. Will amend asap.

Lance Uppercut

October 20, 2011, 3:36 pm

No replies to the people who (like me) think that you've ruined the site?
I got to the last page of the survey before it crashed with a 404 error. I didn't think twice about it - pretty much what I expect from TR these days.
The adverts never seem to fail though.


October 20, 2011, 6:13 pm

Ditto to those above expressing their disappointment with the sites evolution. Before the revamp I read practically every article and would enjoy reading the comments from others. But now the current site is so off putting I rarely bother to struggle through the articles and the commenting seems to be tragically broken. Keep up the good work!


October 20, 2011, 6:55 pm

There are some good ideas in the new site, its such a shame the execution doesn't quite gel and it's ruined one of my favourite sites. It took me about 3 minutes just to log in to post this. The site hates IE9, then the recent password policy meant I couldn't remember my longer 8 char password (sorry why do I need such a secure password here?) so had to reset my password (and got a weird "•CSRF attack detected." error message trying to do that as well).

So, fix the images, then fix everything else!!!!

I don't want to just have Engadget as my source of info, but with TR down the pan I don't have much choice...

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