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    MJ commented  · 

    I've been using WA for 10+ years, and I have to say, the improvements in that time have been absolutely pathetic. Massive bugs through every single aspect of the interface, horrific performance, and probably THE worst email editor, I have EVER used. The UI feels like something from 15 years ago and isn't in the same universe as pretty much everything else I've used out there. Trying to format an email to look good is an exercise in deep frustration. Uploading is absolute trash. Interface crashes galore. This is the reason why having integration with a decent email system is important - but alas, not shocking that 10 years later, not a peep about this.

    Where is all the substantial subscription money going? Clearly not to invest in and improve the product.

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    MJ commented  · 

    Incredible how in 10 years, not a single suggestion to the forum gadget has been implemented that people have been begging for. Quite amazing.

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    Workaround from Beardo:

    To restore the old authorization page look:

    /* SOCIAL LOGIN BUTTONS HIDE */
    .WaGadgetAuthorizationRequired .openAuthFormContainer {
    border-right: none;
    max-width: 0px;
    padding-right: 40px;
    display: none;
    }

    /* PADDING TO SOCIAL LOGIN BUTTONS HIDE */
    .WaGadgetAuthorizationRequired .authFormContainer {
    padding-left: 0;
    }

    To remove the login buttons from the member directory personal profiles (at the bottom):

    /* MEMBER SOCIAL LOGIN BUTTONS HIDE */
    #socialLoginContainer, #idSocialLoginContainer {
    display: none;
    }

    Just copy/paste the above and update your “user.css” file.

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    MJ commented  · 

    Am I the only one that thinks it's absurd that not only were these buttons added automatically, without permission- but that there is no clearly advertised "off" setting, forcing us to hide them with custom css? Really? There's privacy and security issues related to FB/G+ logins. We shouldn't be forced to remove them with a hack, and the login gadget should at least have a setting for these.

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