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I told the freesound staff, that they have to make legacy ui within the freesound old code, for the old users.
Jan 24, 2024, 13:00 GMT+2
Hey, freesound, About your UI. It really dosent make me happy...From one of your responses, of the new freesound article, There's hate comments, How about this... If you could put back the old code ATLEAST you have to make old freesound users happy, Yes I know...Im new but i liked the old one! better than this!
So you just make a legacy theme for the old users! Do you understand? Ok, Cheerio!
- zian b.
until...one sad message got in.
Sam (Freesound Support)
Jan 25, 2024, 16:18 GMT+2
Hey there. Thanks for getting in touch with your feedback, it means a lot to us.
Sorry, there's no chance we can reinstate the old front end code.
I understand your frustration. It's hard to please everyone with big changes like this. Just so you know Freesound is a very small team working out of the University of Barcelona. We try our best to listen to and respond to all feedback negative or positive, but the best place to voice your opinions is in the dedicated forum which the developers read on a regular basis.
It'd be great if you could copy your message into the relevant forum to hopefully create a discussion there:
Try to give some details on how things can be improved, this is the kind of stuff that the developers take note of.
Looking forward to what you have to say
Thanks and regards,
Sam | Freesound Support
It's kinda sad that old users have the new ui, and i think now they cant do it.
I really missed when freesound had the old one, Now the staff cant have the code anymore,
It's just kinda dissapponting.
Oh hey by the way sam, Thanks for the advice for putting my message on my form!
I'll be ok with the change to the new UI if it stays this way for the next ten years. I don't mind changes—especially since nothing seems actually removed or dumbed down like how Windows UI changes tend to do sabotage and strip down useful features—what I can't stand is the relentless tinkering corporate design teams engage in, generally at the behest of bored executives, and investors so burned out on record-making profits that they'll try ANYTHING to push a tiny bit more of a high out of their next quarterly report.
So just as long as I can look forward to a long, LONG period of consistency from this UI, I'll be happy.