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    Hey there,

    We appreciate the feedback we’ve receive thus far with regards to the new My Yahoo layout and features.

    We’re continually developing new product concepts to bring great experiences to our users. We’d love to hear more feedback about the design changes you’re seeing. Feel free to continue posting here with any additional feedback.

    Thanks!

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    1. Fonts and graphics are too large and inconvenient. They cannot be scaled to convenient size by users. 2. Both weather locations and stock prices are sometime incomplete until refreshing the page several times. 3. My current location is listed as 'United States'. Various automated personalization attempts by my.yahoo place me in Oregon, Ohio, Kansas etc. I KNOW where I am and don't need to be told - especially incorrectly. 4. I can't get to show times at my local movie theater. After several clicks, my.yahoo will find my theater in favorites and list the movies playing, but when I click the movie I want to see, it takes me to a description page for that film with too many splashy graphic elements (that simply tie up my connection when on wireless devices) and shows a theater at seemingly a random theater location in the US. 5. Far too many of the linked pages to other Yahoo content are apparently coded so they do not horizontally scale well when operated in less than a full window.

    Folks, I could go on for paragraphs more, but these are good for now. You are driving me and others to other sites for our start pages. I've personally started building a few to see which best meets my needs as my.yahoo used to. You tried to enhance or fix what wasn't broken and broke it - profoundly! Stop trying to tweak things now. The new system that does not fundamentally meet users needs and wants. There are thousands of user rants over this all over the internet. Eat some crow. Let us opt to go back. Then you can teak things to make them better. What you've done now is not growing Yahoo. It is destroying it. Think AOL...

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