Steve, thanks for suggesting this. However, the very idea of having to learn a new way of accessing and retrieving information on an internet forum is slightly, hm, how shall I put it, well, odd… Why not just use a forum structure that is familiar to most users, instead of opting for a novel way of organising things.
Also, I have been trying for over a week to get a moderator to acknowledge an issue I have with the latest C Pro update, but to no avail. I have no idea to this day if my issue has been reported as a bug. But the very same day I complain about the labyrinthine, almost kafkaesque experience this forum now offers, a moderator pops up - albeit not to acknowledge my concern.
I just wish the same thing would happen to my real issue, that I am trying to report.
Just for fun: What is the supposed benefit of this strange forum system? Personally, it just making me tired…