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Suggestion: longer "front page"

Discussion in 'Forum Feedback' started by Mag, May 2, 2002.

  1. Mag

    Mag Moderator

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    This is actually directed to Kwun, but I'll take it "in the open" so that everybody can react.

    If it's possible, I suggest that the "front page" for each forum should contain more threads. The new forum is pretty space-ineffective (rather should I say luxurious), especially compared to the old forum. Once a thread is "moved out of sight", that is when it goes on the next page, it is easier to miss... and with a growing number of members that can happen very quickly.

    This is a minor issue, but maybe others have thought the same?
     
  2. kwun

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    Mag, i changed it to be longer. let's see how that works out... :)
     
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    That was quick! Thank you!

    I still haven't decided which is the "normal" routine when revisiting the forum: scan the front page, or just click "view new posts"...
     
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    i use "view today's active threads"

    pretty reliable way to get all the recent postings.
     

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