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Product page inconsistencies

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Using these three product pages as examples:

  1. https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/Open-Enterprise-Server/ct-p/OES
  2. https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/GroupWise/ct-p/GroupWise
  3. https://community.softwaregrp.com/t5/Secure-Messaging-Gateway/ct-p/SMG

I note the following:

  • The "CLICK HERE" text allignment on #2 is different from #1 and #3.
  • The font in the text box within the blue banner on #3 is larger than that in #1 and #2

When zoom is 100 percent, the content above the "CLICK HERE" text occupies more than half my 1920 x 1200 display when viewed in full screen mode. With the browser information displayed, it's more like two thirds of the screen. Is that not a bit excessive?

I haven't (yet) explored further... 😉

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Kevin Boyle - Knowledge Partner - Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Community Manager kgroneman Community Manager
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Re: Product page inconsistencies

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Thanks for your opinions.  The SMG text in the header box is normal now.   Caroline changed it.  As for the others, they're place holder pages until the content gets moved here.  The excessive white space is moot as it still fits on one page without scrolling.  The blue notification bar reappearing after dismissing is a known issue being worked on. 

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My computer used to beat me at chess all the time, but then I changed the competition to kick boxing.......
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Community Manager kgroneman Community Manager
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Re: Product page inconsistencies

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screen shots? It's hard for me to determine a problem from your description and viewing them myself.
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My computer used to beat me at chess all the time, but then I changed the competition to kick boxing.......
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Re: Product page inconsistencies

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When compared to the Open Enterprise Server screen shot:

  • GroupWise screen shot: CLICK HERE is misaligned.
  • Secure Messaging Gateway screen shot: Text in the box (blue area) has a larger font and causes the height of the blue area to be larger than in the other screen shots.

I haven't looked at other products for similar issues.

The content above CLICK HERE takes up far too much screen real estate. 

I can't make the text at the top disappear permanently ("Do you have feedback on our new interface?")

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Kevin Boyle - Knowledge Partner - Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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Community Manager kgroneman Community Manager
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Re: Product page inconsistencies

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Thanks for your opinions.  The SMG text in the header box is normal now.   Caroline changed it.  As for the others, they're place holder pages until the content gets moved here.  The excessive white space is moot as it still fits on one page without scrolling.  The blue notification bar reappearing after dismissing is a known issue being worked on. 

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My computer used to beat me at chess all the time, but then I changed the competition to kick boxing.......
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