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very nice design, congratulation !
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Definetely an improvement, good to see everything in one place at last.

Two small comments.
1. Key features, why no mention of otls, surely the biggest Houdini selling point. And no real mention of Vops another huge feature of Houdini.

2. In the list of Houdini in films each year from 2002 presents a list that is slightly shorter, does that accurately reflect Houdini's use in film? If it does that is a worrying trend.

3. I hope Dops get a big spread when they are finally released.

Really like the Floyd Gillis artwork, a good choice.
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keep getting error 400 whenever i login to download apprentice
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very nice. well done!!!
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Very nice - I like it!
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Very nice design. I like it a lot. I have to say that I will miss the old design but this looks realy good. Way to go.
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It seems like a very long URL will break the fixed layout of the forum as in the following thread:

http://www.sidefx.com/index.php?option=com_forum&Itemid=172&page=viewtopic&t=4442&highlight= [sidefx.com]

The faint line seems to be the fixed width boundary but it can't contain the URL:


It also seems like the size of the image breaks it too.

Mozilla 1.7.8, screen resolution 1280x1024, RH7.3

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Actually I've seen this on most phpBB sites. I'm not sure if there's a way around it, perhaps the end user posting with an “slash-URL” style format? Not sure.

I agree, the faint line is a pain, though. That's likely related to the very narrow width of the forum here *COUGH COUGH*.

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J.C.
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and now it seems to be happening to this thread since either steven's link or reference image pushed it passed the fixed column..
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