Just wanted to also point out one other thing that has been questioned many times but, as yet, I don't think anyone has responded and that is this:-
The first page shows the last 10 posts. As the site is now getting busier after the festive season, more people will be posting for the first time. What happens to someone's post who is the 11th, 12th, 20th in the queue and so on. Where do their posts go? Obviously when 10posts are written, people start responding which pushes everyone else back down the line but we have no way of catching up on those posts because we don't know where they are or how to view them. With the old system, the first page showed the whole day's posts so you could click on the button and view them page by page so no-one's post went unread.
If I was a newcomer to the site and couldn't see my post when I knew I'd written it earlier in the day, I would presume that the site wasn't working properly. This is something that could deter a lot of people from joining in. If two people are having a conversation on the first page, the last 10 posts can be taken up in seconds and if a newcomer managed to post in between these, they are off the first page very quickly.
Forgive me if there is something I have missed but just showing the last 10 posts doesn't work. I think I once read on here that there are over 400 members to this site. So showing only the last 10 posts is crazy. There are times when I don't come on here everyday and I guess others are the same. I'm a member of a few forums, all non-stroke related, and their systems are the same as yours used to be i.e., a rolling queue of posts for all to see. If someone needs an urgent answer on the other forums I've been on, they can bounce the thread so someone sees it again. There doesn't seem to be that facility on here either.
We all make comments about the site and bring up very valid points on why parts of it are complicated for stroke survivors but sadly, no-one seems to listen to us.