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Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by Swellinfo, Jun 22, 2011.
does this mean that the green man tee will become a throw-back?
There is a link to go back and view the old layout if so desire...
It is hard to make everyone happy - hope this helps!
Absolutely, a great point!!! Some companies not only spend years but millions of dollars to get their consumers (or, in this case surfers) to recognize a symbol for a brand. If you've gotten them to develope an emotional tie, you've done even better.
Micah, that is cool. With that option, you actually are making everyone happy. If you could whip up some solid OH swell you can add your face on the Green man Icon.
Haha... That is good chuck.
I'm feeling pretty happy right about now.
Micah put the Green Man back in the forecast on the new page!!!
Fantastic. Thank you!!!
I heard the people, and they said they wanted the green man back!
Of course, the blue and red guys had to come along too...
I was just thinking how optimistic it is that everyone knows him as the "green" man.
thank god... i was getting worried there for a while. i thought u killed the swellinfo maskot.. tottally sentimental. I would actually prolly buy little green man T-shirts if you had em. anybody back me up on that?
ummm, are you serious? We've had green man tee's for like 3 years now!
I guess I"m not doing a good enough job marketing these?
Does the new layout show when the forecast was updated? I can't find it...
haha, so funny, I just posted this.
The time of update is now located underneath the Surf Timeline - bottom left.
How come the surf timeline is different from the old to new view? The heights and winds are different for the same spot.
Hmmm, let me look into this.
i use the old and the new;i like both;they each have different helpful features so i go through one and then click to the other!
This has been fixed! Good catch.... I accidentally had every forecast location showing the Montauk, NY timeline... Shooo, thanks for catching that, that wasn't good...
I am not trying to find things wrong, I just noticed it as I like using both modules - they are both helpful and nicely done.
Actually it looks like Monmouth is still incorrect.