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Discussion in 'Malaysia Professional Players' started by cobalt, May 22, 2011.
Sibugichai, can press enter after each paragraph? The long wall of texts hurts my eyes.
It wasn't easy before BC went for upgrading which has now became worse. That's why the posts are less.
Before upgrading, I have to edit several times before the final product looked presentable and it is very tedious work.
eagle,when i try to edit, the final product remain the same.when it was posted, i clicked the 'edit' button & it keep loading for hours...
if you're using chrome or safari, right click 'reply or reply with quote' to open in new tab/window instead.
it works for me
amazing ! thansk ! that's of great help !!!
you can also edit with the same trick
work for me
i tried editing to make paragaprh but it faill... -----"enter..." "space..."
just edited post 2026
how to make paragraph ? i use to do that using 'enter',,, its not working anymore!
Nokh, BEFORE upgrade was easy. Remember I used to post articles also. Now I'm always late, you all already post . Now, I use my hp more, of course using smartphone it's harder to copy & paste articles. AFTER upgrade, ie now, yes, when I reply with quote, I cant see the post I'm supposed to reply. Have to change to Google Chrome browser so can see
PETALING JAYA: Tan Boon Heong, who was a top doubles shuttler in his heyday, has been left to soldier on at his fifth Thomas Cup Finals, after partner of seven years Koo Kien Keat quit the national team early this year. While Kien Keat has joined professional club Granular in Thailand, Boon Heong will be taking on the role of mentor with whoever he partners at the Thomas Cup in New Delhi from May 18-25. Boon Heong-Kien Keat’s seven-year relationship produced an Asian Games gold, a World Championships silver, and an All-England . The other doubles players at the Thomas Cup are Hoon Thien How, Lim Khim Wah, Goh V Shem, Tan Wee Kiong and Chan Peng Soon, and Boon Heong could be paired up with any of them. http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badminton/2014/05/07/Mixing-and-matching-partners-for-Boon-Heong/ Oops it doesnt work anymore
Before the upgrade, posting of articles were not easy where I usually post from my office using IE.Not sure of Firefox which I use at home.Currently, I am using Chrome.I have tried using "enter" key as a substitute for "space" key. Let's see if this works.Nope, it does not work.
The current BAM president thinks so..
Didn't know Malaysia has such a talented coach?
Apparently, he guided Kento Momota during the last world junior championship too.
[MENTION=11080]george[/MENTION] u have no idea how many talented coach n players msia have. Welcome to my world.
Another prove that BAM is suck! bias! .... This guy came from Nusa Mahsuri ....
Another failure in the face of BAM.
i wouldn't judge that as a failure of the national organization.
coaches have freedom to where they go, and every country has exported coaches, hundreds of coaches left China and many of them ended up in national teams, in fact, one of the Japanese coaches was from China! even Indonesia (Rexy), China (Li Mao), and Denmark (Frost) has exported coaches.
I think u missed the point here. BAM is a failure because of politics. Selection of players should be at the hand of the head coach by recommendation from the coaches. Not by the people who only read the paperworks.