We have upgraded the blog software from MT 3.3 to MT 4.2. There might be some hiccups, but we hope to have it operational as quickly as possible. Let us know if there are any problems!

Posted by Juli on 24 November 2008, 12:56 pm

We have upgraded the blog software from MT 3.3 to MT 4.2. There might be some hiccups, but we hope to have it operational as quickly as possible. Let us know if there are any problems!

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Helvetica/Arial is not a good screen font for more than a few lines of text. Are you allowed to change that?