I think the new look is fresh and generally fine. Many thanks for putting the 'expand notes' option in as use my notes alot. I'm sure the few niggles will be ironed out soon. Only real annoyance was the popups after adding fuel ups etc. Keep up the good work.
nizationpcs, we're working on a way to set No Data for city/highway if you want to, but it's not there yet. It's on our long to do list.
Thanks everyone for the feedback so far. We know many of you are unhappy about the changes. In a perfect world we'd like for everyone to love the changes, but we know that's not possible. Keep the feedback coming. We are listening, and we're working on making the site as useful as possible to as many people as possible.
wow - i must say i was surprised popping in for a fuel up and seeing a new layout, and overall i'm quite impressed. it looks fresher yet still relatively clean, and importantly looks like the site is evolving which is great!
i think for me the sense that a couple of places feel a little 'tight' or squished when they could have a little more buffer space around them (like the profile info) or make some more use of vertical space e.g the basic stats is my main feeling right now.
i would love to see more options in the badges, like choosing what basic info is displayed in the profile/driver sentence. on my badge the sentence runs into the graphic which isn't so pretty.
finally as an australian, i would love to see 'Petrol' added to the fuel options. i was initially puzzled at the selections as 'Gas' here to me meant the pressurised type. i had to go and ask someone what to choose.
@MUD4FUN / @SkootzKabootz / @iceweazel - The "after fuel-up stats notice" has been revised a bit, both in less stats being displayed (as a number of the stats appear elsewhere on the page) and also to not be on top of anything else.
Please understand that the info that was appearing on top of the page used to be an entire page in of itself - so you ALWAYS had to click to get rid of it.
The purpose is to have you review what you just added and give an easy link to edit if needed - so we don't plan on getting rid of the notice altogether, but hopefully now that it is a little more streamlined you (and others) are not so bothered by it.
Love the new look, esp. cost analysis by custom time period. Once you have a large number of fuelups, the average isn't going to change much no matter what (unless you have a drastic or severe change), so it makes more sense to look at a "moving" average. Plus it's more accurate and reflective of changes due to inflation, etc. as it drops off older, less relevant data.