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Old-school news mod

Hi all,

There are many good things to say about the new version 9, but there is one thing I really miss and need.
It would nice with a normal old-school style news page as we know it from all the older version of PHP-Fusion.

Just like on this samples: PHP-Fusion Denmark or My own page

I know the times are changing, but this thumb view and list view it's not so userfriendly (to say it a nice way).

I hope we can get a more old-school way to show our news at our sites. A solution could be by another news.php page and/or by a panel which can do the trick.

Besides this point, I have not much else to complain about with v9 :-)

I hope someone can help me and others with a more user-friendly and old-schoolway to show news on our pages.
Big thanks from here :-)
If I only could find that side-by-side with latest news on top for v7.02 , I would mod it, any takers to help search?
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If this information is incorrect, please provide me with a transaction copy and I will fix the database if not,
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