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Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
Exchanges provide a more dynamic way to keep up with ongoing discussions.

But If you're finding how discussions and responses are displayed now is a bit confusing, are wondering how to keep track, and would like a more traditional view of an exchange, you can do that!

When you come to an exchange, click on the Discussions link on the upper left sidebar and voila!

(You can do the same if you want to just look at tips or resources.)

To go back to the view you get when you first come in to an exchange, just click on the Exchange Home link on the upper left sidebar.
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Dollbug responded:
Hello Caprice......MiMi in NC....I was wondering about the appearance of the post....why are they so light....I find this hard on my eyes....as you can see...the Web MD Welcome Exchange to the left of this post....is quite a bit darker....than the other posts are....even the BOLD is not that bright....

Just wondering....

MiMi
 
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to Dollbug's response:
I find it hard to read too, MiMi, and this is another issue that is being looked at.

What some communities are doing is making entire posts bold for easier reading, along with increasing the font size.

You might want to give it a try.


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