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  • AmesPanther
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    Originally posted by ubuntuCAT View Post
    I really miss just seeing how many unread posts I have and quickly reviewing them.
    I use the "New Topics". Seems like a pretty direct replacement. Is it missing something I'm not thinking of?

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  • AmesPanther
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    Nice. Thanks for the tests. Glad to see it's working now.

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  • clenz
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    Time to test the ability to use a comma, this site’s ability to handle an apostrophe, even a - and ... from time to time.



    edit - that seems to work now. It wouldn’t have before. I’ll keep an eye out to see if I come across it anymore though

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  • clenz
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    Testing this from my iPhone copy and paste
    Neal Earns STATS FCS Honorable Mention

    Oct. 23, 2017 Football
    CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – The accolades continue to roll in for Northern Iowa junior Rickey Neal, with the Panther defensive end earning STATS FCS Defensive Player of the Week Honorable Mention, the national office announced on Monday.

    The news comes on the heels of Neal claiming the Missouri Valley Football Conference Player of the Week honor on Sunday. Neal also nominated for this week's FCS Football HERO of the Week award, an award from HERO Sports. Fans can cast their vote for Neal, here.

    Last week against Youngstown State, Neal earned a career-high 3.5 sacks in the upset win over the No. 9 Penguins. The 10 sacks on Saturday came within one quarterback takedown of tying the program record, while the mark is tied for the highest in the FCS this season with Eastern Washington (Sept. 16 – Fordham).

    The Racine, Wis., native finished Saturday's game with six total tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss and one hurry to go along with his 3.5 sacks. The 3.5 sacks in one game ranks as the third most in one game for any FCS player this season.

    Neal leads the Panthers with 6.5 sacks this season, while adding 23 tackles for the year. The defensive end's 9.0 tackles for loss this season is also a team high.

    UP NEXT
    UNI continues its stretch against top-10 foes as the Panthers travel to No. 2 North Dakota State on Saturday, Oct. 28 at 2:30 p.m. CT.

    TICKETS
    Fans can purchase season and single-game tickets to UNI football home games through UNITIX. Call 319-273-4849 or visit www.UNITIX.uni.edu.

    SOCIAL MEDIA
    For more information on the UNI football program, follow the Panthers on Twitter at "@UNIFootball" and on Facebook at "UNI Football."

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  • clenz
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    Whatever you did seems to have fixed the issue on Chrome from a Windows 7 based work PC

    I'll try a few tests from my iPhone. Prior to iPhone rolling out their screen record feature I couldn't properly communicate the issue I was running into. Hopefully having the video helped show what I was talkinga bout.

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  • clenz
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    Well, that wouldn't have worked a few days ago.

    I know the rosters are really bad as well, it made doing the countdown thread almost impossible. I'll try one of those.

    #2 Malcolm Washington
    Position: Defensive Back
    Height: 6-0
    Weight: 183
    Class: Senior
    Hometown: Houston, Texas
    High School: Alief Elsik HS

    2016: Played in eight games, starting seven at cornerback after returning from injury ... earned All-MVFC second-team and MVFC All-Newcomer team honors ... racked 26 tackles, including 19 solo and led the team in interceptions with four ... had four tackles and a pass breakup against #8 Eastern Washington (9/17) ... recorded three solo tackles, including a tackle for loss along with an interception return for 43 yards into the end zone for a pick-six against Southern Illinois (10/1) ... notched two solo stops and an interception against South Dakota (10/8) ... had a season-high six tackles and an interception against #4 North Dakota State (10/29) ... finished with five stops against #8 South Dakota State (11/19).

    Prior to UNI: Played two seasons at Fresno State as a cornerback ... saw action in all 12 games in 2015, recording eight tackles and four pass breakups ... his four pass breakups against Hawai'i was a season-high of any Fresno State defensive player in 2015 ... played in all 14 games and made seven starts in 2014 as a true freshman ... had 37 tackles and three pass breakups ... had a season-high seven tackles against San Jose State.

    High School: A highly decorated athlete and four-year letterwinner at Alief Elsik High School under coach Bill Barron ... named the Texas High School Football 2013 All-District 18-5A Return Specialist MVP ... was a Houston Chronicle All-District (18-5A) first-team selection as a return specialist ... played in nine games as a senior, leading his team in all-purpose yards with 617 ... had 14 kickoff returns for 481 yards, a 34.4 average, three touchdowns with a long of 93 ... also returned four punts for a 7.5 average and total of 30 yards ... caught 11 passes for 78 yards in 2013 ... was also a first-team all-academic selection ... competed in track & field at Alief Elsik, running the 400m and the 4x100, 4x200 and 4x400 relays ... prefers to be called Mac.

    Personal: Son of Karen and James Washington ... has two older brothers Michael and James ... pre-athletic training major.

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  • clenz
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    I tried pasting a few things from UNIPanthers.com in my previous post and saving it to see if I could duplicate the result and it came out fine from my PC. UNIPanthers.com is usually horrendously bad at cutting off when pasted from.

    I'll try one more article from my computer and then run a few tests from my iPhone

    http://unipanthers.com/news/2017/10/...o-2-bison.aspx

    UNI GAME NOTES | NDSU GAME NOTES

    CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – The gauntlet of top-10 foes continues for No. 25 Northern Iowa (4-3, 3-1 MVFC), as the Panthers battle No. 2 North Dakota State (7-0, 4-0 MVFC) for first place in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

    "NDSU is a very good football team," head coach Mark Farley said. "They've always had a solid defense and have been a consistent program. We have to find a way this week to improve from last week. Our players know what to expect moving forward and we're excited for a great opportunity on Saturday."

    Kickoff between the Panthers and Bison on Saturday, Oct. 28, is set for 2:30 p.m. CT. The contest will mark the ninth time since 2008 that the two squads have been ranked entering the game.

    HOW TO TUNE IN
    The game against NDSU will be televised on ESPN3. Fans can also listen in on 1540 KXEL or www.UNIPanthers.com as Gary Rima and Scott Petersen call the action.

    LIVE STATS
    Live stats for Saturday's game will be made available via the NDSU athletics website (www.GoBison.com). Fans and media can visit unifootball on Twitter for links to the feed.

    TICKETS
    Fans can purchase season and single-game tickets to UNI football home games through UNITIX. Call 319-273-4849 or visit www.UNITIX.uni.edu.

    LAST TIME AGAINST THE BISON
    • NDSU held off a late surge from UNI in 2016, to narrowly escape with a 24-20 win. The Bison were led by Lance Dunn, who earned 119 yards on 23 carries.
    • UNI was picked off four times by the Bison, while two of those came late in the fourth quarter with the Panthers threatening to take the lead.

    SERIES WITH NORTH DAKOTA STATE
    • UNI and NDSU have experienced a long history on the gridiron, with the series dating back to 1938. The two squads have faced off 50 times, with a break between 1982 and 2008.
    • The Bison have won six out of the last seven games against the Panthers.

    SCOUTING THE BISON
    • North Dakota State is one of three teams that remain undefeated with the Bison owning a 7-0 record this season and 4-0 mark in the MVFC.
    • The Bison have beat three ranked opponents this season, while staying at No. 2 the entire season.
    • NDSU sports the top defense in the FCS, allowing only 192.7 yards per game. The Bison have only allowed two passing touchdowns as well this season.

    UNI AGAINST THE MVFC
    • The Panthers are 156-61 against the Missouri Valley Football Conference, with UNI going 85-39 during the Farley era.

    NO OCTOBER SURPRISE FOR FARLEY
    • Over his 17 seasons at UNI, head coach Mark Farley has amassed a 43-28 record for the month of October since 2001.
    • Farley has gone undefeated during October three times (2003, 2007, 2008) while going winless only once during the month (2013).
    • This season, the Panthers are currently 2-1 during October after earning wins over a pair of top-10 foes in No. 7 South Dakota State and No. 9 Youngstown State.

    CLUTCH CATS
    • This season, the Panthers have been extremely efficient in the red zone with UNI scoring on 22 out of 24 attempts. UNI ranks 10th currently in the FCS for red zone offense.
    • UNI has earned the majority of its red zone scores through the air, with 12 passing TDs inside the 20. That total is tied for eighth in the FCS.

    TOP-10 GAUNTLET CONTINUES
    • UNI continues its stretch against top-10 foes this Saturday, with the Panthers facing their third top-10 opponent in the last three weeks.
    • With last Saturday's upset over No. 9 Youngstown State, the Panthers earned their first back-to-back wins over top-10 foes since 2014's victories over No. 6 Illinois State (Nov. 1) and No. 1 North Dakota State (Nov. 8).
    • UNI has never beaten three top-10 foes in three-consecutive weeks. The last time the Panthers beat three top-10 foes in one season was in 2015.

    LOSSES LOOKING BETTER FOR UNI
    • The Panthers have lost to Iowa State, Southern Utah and Western Illinois this season, all three of which own a 5-2 record this season.
    • ISU and SUU have both knocked off top-10 foes this season, with the Cyclones beating No. 3 Oklahoma and the Thunderbirds upsetting No. 8 Eastern Washington.

    PANTHER DEFENSE VERSUS THE RUN
    • Last season, the UNI defense held opponents to 119.7 yards per game to rank 16th in the FCS.
    • The Panthers rank 52nd in the country this season, allowing 141.0 yards on the ground per game.
    • Over the last two weeks, the Panthers have stifled opponent rushing attacks as UNI has allowed a combined 99 yards to top-10 foes South Dakota State and Youngstown State.

    PANTHERS AGAINST THE PASS
    • The Panther defense has allowed a total of 266.6 yards passing per game this season, to rank 106th overall in the FCS.
    • UNI has given up 16 passing touchdowns this season, with four coming against Cal Poly.
    • This week's opponent - North Dakota State - has the FCS's best pass defense, only allowing 120.6 yards per game.

    WEYMILLER'S COMEBACK
    • Over the last two weeks, Marcus Weymiller has earned 303 yards rushing on 71 carries and four touchdowns. Weymiller had not run the ball this season before his spurt in activity.
    • The 42 carries for Weymiller against South Dakota State ranks as the most by any FCS player this season.
    • Weymiller is the first Panther back since David Johnson to earn at least two 170-yard rushing performances for his career. The back-to-back 100-yard rushing games for Weymiller are the first for a Panther since Aaron Bailey in 2015.

    FOUNTAIN ON A MISSION
    • Senior Daurice Fountain has put up monster numbers in his final season at UNI. The 6-foot-1 receiver has hauled in five touchdowns this season, with 625 yards receiving.
    • This season, Fountain has earned three 100-yard receiving games (all in consecutive weeks).
    • The senior has 123 catches as a Panther, which is four catches shy of tying 10th all-time at UNI with Chris Nuss (1989-92).

    NEAL SACKS PLAYER OF THE WEEK HONORS
    • Junior Rickey Neal earned a career-high 3.5 sacks for UNI as the Panthers sacked Youngstown State a total of 10 times on Saturday.
    • The 10 sacks were one shy of UNI's single-game record, while the number is tied for the most in the FCS this season since Eastern Washington recorded 10 quarterback take downs against Fordham on Sept. 16.
    • Neal's 3.5 sacks against YSU is tied for third most in one game this season by any FCS player and ranks first for MVFC players
    • The 6.5 sacks this season is tied for 12th overall in the FCS and tops the MVFC.


    SOCIAL MEDIA
    For more information on the UNI football program, follow the Panthers on Twitter at "@UNIFootball" and on Facebook at "UNI Football."

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  • AmesPanther
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    I changed the character encoding just in case. I haven't figured out how to duplicate it so it's hard to test any changes. I've tried Chrome/Firefox on PC. Chrome on Android. I'll have to try an iPhone.

    Paste from word ‘ just to see.

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  • clenz
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    Originally posted by AmesPanther View Post
    Testing from my phone with a ' and a " for good measure
    I get it on phone and computer - much more on my phone when typing but equally as bad on both when I copy and paste. Which is why I assume it is a format recognition error.

    I try to use exclusively Chrome on my iPhone and computers. I have had the same issue with Firefox as well. Can't confirm from IE though, because f IE and it's garbage browserness.
    Last edited by clenz; 10-25-2017, 08:18 AM.

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  • AmesPanther
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    the 1st one you typed (') is a "Single quote"
    the 2nd one you typed (’) is a "Right single quotation mark"

    What browser are you using on what device?

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  • sivert
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    Or apparently when I type one that is curly.

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  • sivert
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    When I paste in an apostrophe that is straight vertical in shape, it works. When I paste in one that is curly, it doesn

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  • sivert
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    That last one was should have said:

    Oswald

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  • sivert
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    [h=3]Oswald

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  • sivert
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    Scout's 10char

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