That should be the default. Make the default as familiar as possible. Ease the transition. Let those who are inclined take advantage of the new features and flexibility.Try this. Click on 'NEW'.
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Then, click the little triangle on 'Filters'.
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Then uncheck all boxes. Then click/check the square by 'Save as default'. Then click/check the blue 'Filter' button.
With that, you'll have a setup that pretty much resembles the old system. When you click on 'New' you'll be presented with a listing of all newly created threads....most recent at the top. And when you've read one, the title will be 'dimmed' so you can quickly tell which threads you've already read.
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Don't fight it, just try to learn how to use it. Yeah, I don't like change either. But if there was ever anything that was a sure bet, it'd be that things are gonna change....nothing stays the same for ever.
We were told it's supposed to be an Umarex .22lr based on the Colt. I think Umarex made those for Colt at one time.<Welcome to the P38 Web Site....> has a lot of reference material, pictures, and focus on WWII. Also the standard blog design - no surprises or new and improved just tried and true. Actually I do like your photo album style after looking at this site more. But I'm really just interested in the wartime stuff, none of the modern PLASTIC Walthers in the trend that Glock started. I much prefer steel over even aluminum or 'duraluminum' or is that 'der aluminum'. You even have a Colt Gold Cup atop your forum - is that a Walther or just editor's preference?
Yes, it's a replica model in .22lr by Walther/Umarex, probably the admin's favourite toy.We were told it's supposed to be an Umarex .22lr based on the Colt. I think Umarex made those for Colt at one time.
It does seem an odd choice for inclusion but I guess it does represent an obscure bit of Umarex history.