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On my tablet, when I "click" on a menu item, there is no indication whether I've hit it or not - a change in colour for example. It would be nice if it did.

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Let me understand a bit better... which kind of menu item? The page changes when you hit a menu item, of course, so I'm not quite following where you'd expect to see the change?
 
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Well, when I'm using my tablet, which I normally am, and I use my finger to touch New Posts, say, it would be nice if the New Posts tab changed colour so I knew I'd not missed it. I think something like that is fairly common across the web. As I said, just a small suggestion, but I think it would improve usability.

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Another suggestion.

I often find the "Post thread" button and Mark Forums Read button compete for attention and often tempted to click the wrong button.

Any chance either could be moved to the left hand side.

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Any chance either could be moved to the left hand side.
I'll take a look. I don't want to start messing with the layout templates, because I have to redo every change every time there's a template update.
 
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Well, when I'm using my tablet, which I normally am, and I use my finger to touch New Posts, say, it would be nice if the New Posts tab changed colour so I knew I'd not missed it. I think something like that is fairly common across the web. As I said, just a small suggestion, but I think it would improve usability.
I'll have a play. Usually it's a float-over color change, but that doesn't work on mobile, of course.
 
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