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#1 2007-04-12 11:47:45

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Minor Upgrade to Forum (April 07)

Just security enhancements and other tidy ups. Hopefully nothing anyone will notice. Report problems here.


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#2 2007-04-12 15:59:26

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Re: Minor Upgrade to Forum (April 07)

Well... I decided to sign out for a tiny bit, and I decided to start a new account called Deep Grey. When I was logged onto the Deep Grey account, I couldn't see the Members Only part of the forum! Is it now only avalible to any members above the rank of novice?


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#3 2007-04-12 16:10:56

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No ... does anyone else have this problem?


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#4 2007-04-12 23:32:04

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I don't know. Maybe I should log in as a guest. Brb

Edit:Yes it does get rid of the members only. It shows only the suggestions and comments but not the members only part in the last forum.

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#5 2007-04-12 23:39:12

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Re: Minor Upgrade to Forum (April 07)

Well, yes, being a guest would get rid of the Member's Only bit. Because you're not logged in as a member.

Any member should be able to see Member's Only though, no matter how many posts they have.


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#6 2007-04-13 11:18:56

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But when I was on my new account, I didn't see it! sad


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#7 2007-04-13 21:08:48

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Re: Minor Upgrade to Forum (April 07)

Is the indicator on the bottom left of each post (under the userís avatar) that tells you whether the user is online or offline one of the new upgrade features? neutral


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#8 2007-04-13 21:37:13

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Re: Minor Upgrade to Forum (April 07)

No, it was there before. The upgrade was mostly minor security stuff. I (and many others) are still waiting for the next major release of the forum software (1.3).


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#9 2007-04-13 22:23:30

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It was there before? Why didnít I notice it there before? eek

Well, Iím fairly happy with the forum capabilities as they are now, but Iíll wait and find out what even better features the next release will bring. smile


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#10 2007-04-14 08:09:29

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Just for fun, what features could you imagine?


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#11 2007-04-14 08:26:02

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Well, an Ignore Post and/or Ignore Thread feature would certainly be handy. I just select the posts/threads I donít like, press a button, and hey presto! I never have to see them again! tongue

Better still, have an Ignore Poster feature Ö roll


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#12 2007-04-14 09:24:23

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Re: Minor Upgrade to Forum (April 07)

Earlier we discussed subforums, for forums such as the exercises, which would help organize them a little. Is this a possibility yet?

 

#13 2007-04-14 09:42:57

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Jane: maybe if you could choose which forums you see/don't see? Just stargazing here.

Zhy: yes, that would be nice, I am not sure if 1.3 will support that, but I hope so.


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#14 2007-04-14 10:39:06

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I donít mind seeing all the forums I am allowed to see. Just not the spam posts/threads Iím not interested in. neutral

(BTW, the 100-character rule for postcount isnít reducing spam that much, is it? The number of useless posts seems to be the same as before, just that weíre getting 100-character ones instead of 3-character ones.)


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#15 2007-04-14 11:13:27

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JaneFairfax wrote:

(BTW, the 100-character rule for postcount isnít reducing spam that much, is it? The number of useless posts seems to be the same as before, just that weíre getting 100-character ones instead of 3-character ones.)

Yeah ... what to do  ... some people love to chat ...


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#16 2007-04-14 16:34:00

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JaneFairfax wrote:

(BTW, the 100-character rule for postcount isnít reducing spam that much, is it? The number of useless posts seems to be the same as before, just that weíre getting 100-character ones instead of 3-character ones.)

Yep, we probably need to make it stricter. I suggested 250 characters or more in another thread.

I have not been experiencing any forum difficulties, by the way.

 

#17 2007-04-14 17:57:48

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MathsIsFun wrote:

Just for fun, what features could you imagine?

Remember, a while ago we discussed having 'karma'? I think that's a good thing to add, if possible.

 

#18 2007-04-14 18:01:06

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MathsIsFun wrote:

What features could you imagine?

Maybe a feature that allowed you to have a list of friends who are members on this forum.

By the way, nice avatar MathsIsFun! up What kind of dog is it?


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#19 2007-04-14 21:01:24

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