Architecht

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About Architecht

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    We apologise again for the fault in the moderation.

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  1. You actually want the green circle with the plus in it. See the attached image.
  2. I am bumping this post because it was posted to the wrong forum and it has now been moved here. Just giving it a fair shot to get a reply.
  3. I am bumping this post because it was posted to the wrong forum and it has now been moved here. Just giving it a fair shot to get a reply.
  4. I am bumping this post because it was posted to the wrong forum and it has now been moved here. Just giving it a fair shot to get a reply.
  5. I am bumping this post because it was posted to the wrong forum and it has now been moved here. Just giving it a fair shot to get a reply.
  6. I am bumping this post because it was posted to the wrong forum and it has now been moved here. Just giving it a fair shot to get a reply.
  7. We did find a specific configuration issue that was causing a reproducable (every 5 min) problem, and fixed it. With that issue behind is, in the monitoring that I'm doing, I'm still seeing some occasional slow downs where a page load is >8seconds something like 3 to 6 times per day - each episode seems to last about 1 to 5 min. I'm trying to determine whether that's an issue specific to the monitor or a real world event. I'm monitoring every minute, so the average user probably would not see all of these events, but you might experience one or two 5min periods where things are sl
  8. Hi, Yes, I saw this, and am tracking the conversation. I have a ticket filed with the host over the performance issue, and have created some in-depth monitoring to look for slow downs. Here is what I have seen of this behavior so far: The automated monitoring isn't always showing the issue you are referring to because it loads pages as a"guest" (i.e. not logged in). The content is cached for guests to reduce load on the system (for about 5 minutes) - and so those pages have been loading faster. As a logged in user, I've seen that loading a page like the U.S. Coins forum has a
  9. Yes. In your notification settings, turn OFF the "Notification List" sliders for the two entries in the "messenger" section. You will still get the red badge on your envelope icon, but you will not get the red badge on the bell, and you will not get the pop-ups at the bottom of the page.
  10. This is a thread to give a shout out to people you have had a good buying experience with from a Chat Boards Marketplace transaction.
  11. Get out your copy and paste, because these are the web pages you want to read - from cameras and scanners to lighting and lenses. I saw someone else ask about photographing coins in a collectors' journal entry, but rather than answer directly, I thought it might be nice to put up an answer for everyone to peruse. This question is a really common one that I've seen come up many times on the NGC chat boards, and while I'm no expert myself... I know a few people who are. Copy the web addresses below, paste them into your browser, and soak up the info: 1. http://boards.collectors-society
  12. Making a sticky post for board members to post their EBay ID's. Just reply with your EBay ID and perhaps a link to an auction page for you.