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    Default BadFever was asking for a way to filter certain posters or posts..

    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    Yes, I have. But still don't understand what you mean, ctjcad.
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    ..i gave the link to show that it's possible (although i never used that feature).
    Now, is the link the same as the one regarding unsubscribing to threads (DinkAlot's request)??..

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    Arrow Is the link the same as the one regarding unsubscribing (DinkAlot's request)?

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post

    ..i gave the link to show that it's possible (although i never used that feature).
    Now, is the link the same as the one regarding unsubscribing to threads (DinkAlot's request)??..

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    I think so. It wasn't there before.
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    Default ^^Are you sure...100% sure??..^^

    ..if not, then check out this thread. And you can see/follow the related (DinkAlot's request) link (see drifit's post)..and do let us know if the link for option to add/block members i gave is the same w/the one regarding unsubscribing:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=73844
    Last edited by ctjcad; 01-07-2010 at 05:28 PM.

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    Arrow The thread that I was talking about is this thread (DinkAlot's thread)

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post

    ..if not, then check out this thread. And you can see/follow the related (DinkAlot's request) link (see drifit's post)..and do let us know if the link i gave is the same w/the one regarding unsubscribing:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=73844

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    The thread that I was talking about is this thread (DinkAlot's thread):
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=37646
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    Default ^^I know..^^

    ..have you read that thread (i posted above) and follow the link posted in there?..
    Is the unsubcribing thread/process the same as the link i suggested??..please see drifit's post (in the link i gave above)..

    *boy, why is this so hard????*.....drifit, mind helping us clear this???..

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    Arrow DinkAlot's thread is quite different

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post

    ..have you read that thread (i posted above) and follow the link posted in there?..
    Is the unsubcribing thread/process the same as the link i suggested??..please see drifit's post (in the link i gave above)..

    *boy, why is this so hard????*.....drifit, mind helping us clear this???..

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    Yes, I have read LingLing's thread - To stop receiving 100's of email notifications from BC.

    DinkAlot's thread is quite different - It's about unsubscribing to certain threads.
    Check again: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=37646
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    Default ^^Yes, i know..^^

    ..okay, the link i gave is slightly different (though somewhat related to the unsubscribing request); if one noticed, i did put a link to DinkAlot's request in that thread...
    But still, is the process of unsubscribing to threads (DinkAlot's request) the same as the process i gave (Add/Block filter members)???..*sigh*
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    Arrow In DinkAlot's thread, we were not talking about 'Trolls'

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post

    ..okay, the link i gave is slightly different (though somewhat related to the unsubscribing request); if one noticed, i did put a link to DinkAlot's request in that thread...
    But still, is the process of unsubscribing to threads (DinkAlot's request) the same as the process i gave (Add/Block filter members)???..*sigh*

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    In DinkAlot's thread, we were not talking about 'Trolls'.

    But now, we are.
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    Default ^^So..^^

    ..i guess we've been discussing abt different topic or on different wavelength??..
    Of course, DinkAlot's thread wasn't dealing with "Trolls"...

    So, is the process i gave (abt Adding/Blocking filtering members) the same as as the process requested by DinkAlot (Unsubscribing to threads)???..

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    Arrow It's eventually up to us to decide who are our "Trolls", and who are not

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post

    ..i guess we've been discussing abt different topic or on different wavelength??..
    Of course, DinkAlot's thread wasn't dealing with "Trolls"...

    So, is the process i gave (abt Adding/Blocking filtering members) the same as the process requested by DinkAlot (Unsubscribing to threads)???..

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    Don't know how to answer your question.
    It's eventually up to us to decide who are our "Trolls", and who are not.

    Maybe, kwun can tell us.
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    Default ^^Apparently..^^

    ..we are and have been discussing on different topic and different channel..

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    Default *sigh*Okay, my last post on this since it seems like we are lost..*sigh*

    ..so, BadFever earlier requested some sort of filtering system on how to block out certain member or threads/posts by certain members that we don't want to read/reply.

    I then suggested that BC has a similar filtering system (see my post below).
    Well, chris-ccc then popped up and mentioned that yes, there's another thread (DinkAlot's request on how to unsubscribe to threads) which is similar to what i suggested; i then re-asked if he is sure abt that (see his 2 posts below). Apparently chris-ccc thinks both are the same??:
    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    That's the one giving us the option to unsubscribe from a thread, which was requested by DinkAlot back in 2006, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris-ccc View Post
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    I think so. It wasn't there before.
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    ..so, chris-ccc brought up the link to that related thread (how to unsubscribe threads) as a reference.
    And here we are still wondering if both processes are actually the same.
    Here, i'll present the process and links for both (1st is the one for unsubscribing to threads; 2nd is the method i gave to Add/Block members):
    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    You receive the emails because that's the default setting in your Control Panel.

    To change it, go to User CP > Edit Options

    Under 'Messaging & Notifications', go to Default Thread Subscription Mode.
    From its pulldown menu, you can choose either 'Do Not Subscribe' or 'No Email Notification'.

    In the first setting, your List of Subscribed Threads doesn't get populated ever again. In the second setting, your list continues to build but you don't get notified by email ever again.

    After you've made your choice, remember to click on 'Save Changes'.

    However, this effect is prospective.
    To change what's already on, see below.

    Yes, you can.

    Go to User CP > List Subscriptions
    For each thread, the 'Notification' column will tell you if you are subscribed to email notices or not. It will show 'None', 'Instant', 'Weekly', etc. If it's 'None', obviously you aren't getting any email notices.

    If you still want to unsubscribe to all threads, check the box next to 'Notifications' and scroll down to the pulldown menu below the list.

    Choose 'Delete Subscription', click on 'Go'... and you're done


    You get according to what your default settings were when you signed up.
    Every member has the User CP (Control Panel)... make use of it, please
    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..there's already a filtering or block out system designed to filter people as described. Personally, i haven't used it, so i don't know how it really works (whether it'll block out posts/threads made by the Ignored member(s)).
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/usercp.php (see Control Panel->Miscellaneous->Buddy/Ignore List)
    ..now, i don't think it's difficult to differentiate.
    Can anyone confirm to us whether both processes and links are actually the same/lead to the same feature? can drifit give us an answer? or can george@chongwei give us the answer?..
    Last edited by ctjcad; 01-07-2010 at 07:26 PM.

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    Arrow Different threads at BC are created for different topics

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post

    ..we are and have been discussing on different topic and different channel..

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    That's it.

    Different threads at BC are created for different topics.
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    Last edited by chris-ccc; 01-07-2010 at 07:30 PM.

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    Default Once again..the buddy and ignore lists feature..

    ..this is in response to BadFever's request/wish to filter out certain members. It's all there and it doesn't get any simpler than that.
    Please follow the direction, i've shown, to activate that feature:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru..._buddy_explain

    What are the buddy and ignore lists?
    The buddy list is used to keep track of the friends you have made on this forum. By going to your "Open Buddy List" in "Quick Links" menu of the navbar, you'll be able to see which of your friends are currently online and send them a private message. Adding people to your buddy list also allows you to send private messages to multiple forum members at the same time. You may add any member of the forums to your buddy list by viewing their profile or by going to "Buddy / Ignore Lists" in your "User CP".

    Ignore lists are used for those people whose messages you wish not to read. By adding someone to your ignore list, those messages posted by these individuals will be hidden when you read a thread.
    Last edited by ctjcad; 01-07-2010 at 08:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
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    Ignore lists are used for those people whose messages you wish not to read. By adding someone to your ignore list, those messages posted by these individuals will be hidden when you read a thread.
    Yup. This is what I want, hide the thread/posts. Thanks for checking out. Hopefully, those who find one or more BCers annoying, just use the function by entering the BCers nick into the Ignore List.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..so, BadFever earlier requested some sort of filtering system on how to block out certain member or threads/posts by certain members that we don't want to read/reply.

    I then suggested that BC has a similar filtering system (see my post below).
    Well, chris-ccc then popped up and mentioned that yes, there's another thread (DinkAlot's request on how to unsubscribe to threads) which is similar to what i suggested; i then re-asked if he is sure abt that (see his 2 posts below). Apparently chris-ccc thinks both are the same??:



    ..so, chris-ccc brought up the link to that related thread (how to unsubscribe threads) as a reference.
    And here we are still wondering if both processes are actually the same.
    Here, i'll present the process and links for both (1st is the one for unsubscribing to threads; 2nd is the method i gave to Add/Block members):



    ..now, i don't think it's difficult to differentiate.
    Can anyone confirm to us whether both processes and links are actually the same/lead to the same feature? can drifit give us an answer? or can george@chongwei give us the answer?..
    already read 4 times and i am still confuse what you guys talking about?
    1. subscribe/unsubscibe threads - okay
    2. add group/ignore/block members - only functioning in PM
    3. filtering threads or certain members' posts - not in system nor will do it. this may cause kwun or BC being "discriminate".

    propose; install filters in your own eyes or heart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    already read 4 times and i am still confuse what you guys talking about?
    1. subscribe/unsubscibe threads - okay
    2. add group/ignore/block members - only functioning in PM
    3. filtering threads or certain members' posts - not in system nor will do it. this may cause kwun or BC being "discriminate".

    propose; install filters in your own eyes or heart.
    Understood.

    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever View Post
    Yup. This is what I want, hide the thread/posts. Thanks for checking out. Hopefully, those who find one or more BCers annoying, just use the function by entering the BCers nick into the Ignore List.
    So, you can't prevent those annoying post from appearing in the thread. To ignore, you have to scroll down. Am I right?

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