MaplePrimes Suggestions

Have a problem with MaplePrimes? Want to suggest a possible improvement to the site? Please post it here.
When I log in today, I end up as user "dotdotdot" who has been a member for "one week one day". What happened? [G. Edgar, actually a member for a lot longer than that]
I have noticed, that a text, that was converted from MW to HTML is not correctly displayed. Link to my text is If you look at the end of the text, you will se the command > f:=x->piecewise(x FSeries:=FSeriesOfFunction(f,-Pi..Pi); which is not correct. The text "FSeries:=FSeriesOfFunction(f,-Pi..Pi);" is the next command. View the original worksheet via the MapleNet to see the difference The problem is in displaying of the symbol "lower than" (which is in definition of piecewise continous function), because the publication system (or what) thinks that it is the begining of an unsupported HTML tag. What about to substitute "lower than" for "< ;" during the conversion (and the same for "grater than" symbol)?
that location loads extremely slow - even using a very fast connection it may need over 20 sec to load (and with a modem it is sometimes messy ...)

it seems it had become slow over the last weeks
Private messages allow the use of markup tags. However, the only action is "submit"; I cannot preview the message to ensure that my inserted markup is correct.
When I click the "blogs" tab at the top, I do not get a list of blogs, but only "Bratva's blog" (in Cyrillic). Needs a fix...
I'm not quite sure where this should go. I'll post it in MaplePrimes suggestions for now, and move it elsewhere (MapleNet, MapleTA, ...?) if others feel that would be advisable. I have uploaded a Maple 10 worksheet that implements the Hill Substitution Cypher for encoding messages. The worksheet uses embedded components to create what amounts to a Maple syntax-free interface. Here are two views of the worksheet. First, the worksheet on MapleNET. And, second, to download
It seems to me that when I look at lists such as New Content that I see messages in a scrambled order. I'd like to see them in reverse date order. Rich
I can see it on the first page - maybe - but when I start browsing the forums, I don't want all the stuff on both sides. Rich
I'd like one. Or do we have it and I just have not seen it? Rich
I generally use MaplePrimes from Internet Explorer 6.0 in Windows 98SE with my screen resolution set to 800x600. In this configuration, I sometimes have problems reading the contents of text boxes at the far right of the screen. For example, this happens whenever I post a comment or send a private message. The problem is that the text is not displayed because it is overwritten by the lists of Active Forum Topics, Recent Blog Posts, Recent Comments, etc.
Today, I noticed that when my comments on a post are displayed, every word of the title is capitalized, as in
    Uploading A Group Of Files?
Yet, in the Recent Comments column on the far right of the screen, the title is displayed just as I entered it:
    Uploading a Group of Files?
I just sent a private message, which now appears in my Sent-messages folder. I then created a new folder called MaplePrimes, but there is no way to move my sent message into this new folder. There is a Move-to-folder button in every other nonempty folder (e.g., Inbox) but not in the Sent-messages folder. Could MaplePrimes please add this functionality? Thanks! -- Frederick W. Chapman, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Waterloo
One of the best features of MaplePrimes is that members can incorporate typeset 2-D mathematics into their posts—a huge advantage over text-only forums like Usenet, for example. MaplePrimes currently allows math input using either Maple syntax or MathML. There may be a straightforward way to support the input of 2-D math using TeX/LaTeX as well. This post suggests one possible way to add this new functionality to MaplePrimes.
I really like that MaplePrimes tracks the number of times each blog and forum post is read. Could MaplePrimes also track the number of times each file attachment is downloaded? That would be great! -- Frederick W. Chapman, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Waterloo
When MaplePrimes displays a list of posts in a table (e.g., all posts in a particular forum, all posts by a particular member), it is hard to read the post titles because there is no separation between the rows of the table. There are several ways MaplePrimes could make these tables easier to read:
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