I noticed this behavior on this page: https://www.giantbomb.com/shows/599-podcasts-are-for-vampires/2970-19574 on the second page of comments for the podcast. User Maitom posted two images of Control to show off the RTX features. When I tried to click "reply" I noticed the hyperlink was going to the image and not the reply function, so I was unable to reply. Additionally, clicking the images did not enlarge them, so the hyperlink to the images wasn't even working. I tried to investigate with the inspector tool and noticed this:
As you can see, this is the <a> tag for the image to turn it into a link and it's shifted significantly downward, covering up the Reply/Quote buttons and preventing them from functioning. I normally use Firefox (currently 60.8.0esr) but I also test this behavior on Chrome (76.0.3809.132) and saw the exact same results.
I'm running Firefox Quantum 65.0.2 64 bit with uBlock Origin (tried disabling it to no effect) on Windows 10 version 1803 build 17134.648. This problem also appears on Chrome 73.0.3683.86 and Microsoft Edge 42.17134.1.0.
When I visit the My Watchlist page, I only see 10 items in a 3x4 grid (the last one being on a row by itself), and then a pagination interface with first, previous, page number drop down, next, last buttons/icons. Clicking "next", "last", or selecting a page from the drop-down causes the URL bar to update with ?page=X appended (I have options for up to 3 pages), but the content of the page does not change. It always remains those first 10 videos. From looking at the Shows page, I should be following 24 different "shows." An example of one that does not show up is Die Another Friday. I tried unfollowing it and refollowing it but neither action had any effect.
Sorry if this bug has already been reported, but I was unable to find it using the search function.
I was wondering what happened, and I feel kind of dumb for not knowing it was a repeat, especially because I even thought "Man, Vinny sure likes doing that annoying voice fake caller gag a lot." I was really confused when I started driving home from work and it was starting up a new podcast that was entirely different from what had been playing in the morning.
My recommendation would be to go straight to Super. If there was some kind of Kai-style retelling of regular Dragon Ball, I might recommend that, but as it is original Dragon Ball is just kind of hard to watch. It's extremely meandering, has a lot of "that hasn't aged well" jokes, and has a lot of just plain boring stretches. And I say this as someone who absolutely loves a lot of parts of OG Dragon Ball. Training with Kame-sennin, fighting Piccolo Daimao, and the Tenkaichi Budokai arcs are all great. The Pilaf arcs are mostly okay. The Red Ribbon Army stuff is kind of boring (it's the same joke of a bunch of adults not realizing a little kid is the strongest person on earth over and over). And outside of these arcs there's just a ton of really boring stuff. With a few exceptions, Super mostly maintains the same kind of pacing and tone that Kai ends with. GT is right out. It's not even canon anymore, I don't think. Even when I was at the height of my interest in Dragon Ball I couldn't even make it through to the Baby arc.
So I was able to see what appear to be show notes for the Alex Navarro drumming for Extra Life 2017 video, which have a link to the forum thread with the playlist, but I was not able to select the text or click on the text to visit the forum post at all. This is Firefox 63.0.3, Windows 10. Link: https://www.giantbomb.com/shows/extra-life-2017-alex-navarro/2970-11736
I ended up using the "inspect element" feature on Firefox and traversing the DOM to get to the link, but obviously that's not great UX.
I can't find the "show notes" area in the new UI. For the Bombcast and UPF this means not seeing which games were discussed or played, and for All Systems Goku this means not seeing which episodes are discussed. If I'm just missing it, someone please point it out, but I think that means if it does still exist it's not prominent or obvious enough.
There's a big inactive scroll bar in the middle of the screen on the podcast page that drops down and overlaps the carousel. Running Windows 10 1803, Firefox 63.0, not logged in, uBlock Origin running.
When I log in, the scroll bar no longer overlaps the carousel, but it still looks bad. It just stands out too much, and because it's disabled it might as well not be there.