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Discussion in 'Olympics ATHENS 2004' started by kwun, May 27, 2004.
who will win women's doubles Gold?
Kwun is there anyway we can have these polls stay so people can keep seeing them so people keep voting. Otherwise, if no one posts then we lose the poll without that many people voting.
Like when you go to the forum main page, have the voting there, or just keep it stuck to the top of the posts until the olympics.
Just so we can get a thorough idea of what the members think.
i have changed it so that the poll get moved to the top when someone votes, like what happens now when there is a new post.
there is no way right now to put it in the front page without lots of hackery. sorry.
I noticed that, immideatley after I posted it. It is just as effective thisway, as everyone will see it. Look forward to getting a good, representative sample!
Will this be the case for all polls (although obviousley for a fixed time period)?
yeah. for all polls from now on. it makes some sense to be that way.
China vs China in Final , Gaoling / Huang Sui will most likely to win it.
I think our Korean pair can surprise the Great Wall of China!
i voted for gao ling / huang sui too
gao ling and huang sui.......
80% is gao-huang and yang-zhang are the finalist......
I voted for Gao/Huang since Gao is so happy-going and a pleasure to see on the court.
Can we make it so that it goes to the top, but it doesn't show as an unread message? I find myself clicking on the post waaaay too many times because I think there's been a new message posted when it's the same old thing.
Same thing here. It gets kinda annoying after a while...
Has to be an all Chinese final
Maybe like in table tennis, they should make teams from the same country play in the same half to prevent an all Chinese final - yet again.