Change takes time to get used to.
As Elk points out, the table of contents is there on every issue just as before, only instead of a simple laundry list, it is a list with pictures and a brief description.
Just go to any current issue and on the right hand side the table of contents scrolls down.
When the new version of Copper launched, the PDFs weren’t working properly. Now they are. Pictures and links are there and if you find anything wrong please do let me know.
To Steven asking what was broken that we were trying to fix. There was nothing “broken” but plenty to be improved upon. In the old Copper, there was no way to read all that a favorite author had written. Now there is. In the old Copper, the layout looked stilted and stiff. Now it has a bit of flow and form. On the home page, there are popular articles to read, there are random older ones you may not have read that come available, etc.
Give it a try and see if you don’t get used to it. I remember back to when we changed the forums. There were plenty of folks who hated the new look and feel but now have come to see the benefits the new brings.
Thanks for working with us.