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Any chance we could get "Like" and "Dislike" (or "Agree" and "Disagree") buttons?

Also, the link to the Hamilton forum on the Ticats main page is broken.

Yes on this front.  Also need to add the "thumbs up" emoticon 
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Pocho

Hi! I'm a newbie and I've been an Alouettes fan since the mid-fifties. I was young back then but I remember seing the Chuck Hunsinger fumble on the TV in 1954... Nice to be here.

CatsFaninOttawa

Any chance we could get "Like" and "Dislike" (or "Agree" and "Disagree") buttons?
I am on the hunt for a SMF mod that adds a "Like" button now!
:)

sully

Hi! I'm a newbie and I've been an Alouettes fan since the mid-fifties. I was young back then but I remember seing the Chuck Hunsinger fumble on the TV in 1954... Nice to be here.

Welcome!  Fixing forum registrations (the e-mail part of it) was a big reason for the change. Happy to see it already paying off!
I'm the Director of Media Technology for the Canadian Football League. Got technology concerns/ideas for the league? E-mail me at ssyed@cfl.ca and we'll talk.

cats99

aesthetically it's been going down the tubes it's at a all time low for appearance !
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DisplacedCatsFan

Something constructive:
How about a "first unread post" button? The old fora had them...
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drummer_god

May have been mentioned already, but editing my own posts has become very difficult. Was fine the way it was. Now, I edit, hit save, then see my post was not changed. Try again and again before it finally takes.

Paolo X

Update - I found the answer. I had to check a box in the settings under Modify Profile in order for this to be the case. Why having the newest post first was not the default like before this change, with instead the posts listed in order of oldest to newest, was baffling.  ???

Sully, could the default sequence of the posts in a thread please go back to the newest listed first at the top and not in the chronological order starting with the oldest?
Best Regards, Paolo

sully

Something constructive:
How about a "first unread post" button? The old fora had them...
I agree, I loved that feature. I just made a modification so clicking on a topic title will automatically take you to the newest post in the topic, and I added the "Unread Posts" option in the header as well. Thoughts?

Update - I found the answer. I had to check a box in the settings under Modify Profile in order for this to be the case. Why having the newest post first was not the default like before this change, with instead the posts listed in order of oldest to newest, was baffling.  ???

Sully, could the default sequence of the posts in a thread please go back to the newest listed first at the top and not in the chronological order starting with the oldest?
I guess I can understand you wanting it that way, but isn't that like reading the last page of the story first? Do topics make sense to you laid out like that?

Paolo X

Something constructive:
How about a "first unread post" button? The old fora had them...
I agree, I loved that feature. I just made a modification so clicking on a topic title will automatically take you to the newest post in the topic, and I added the "Unread Posts" option in the header as well. Thoughts?

Update - I found the answer. I had to check a box in the settings under Modify Profile in order for this to be the case. Why having the newest post first was not the default like before this change, with instead the posts listed in order of oldest to newest, was baffling.  ???

Sully, could the default sequence of the posts in a thread please go back to the newest listed first at the top and not in the chronological order starting with the oldest?
I guess I can understand you wanting it that way, but isn't that like reading the last page of the story first? Do topics make sense to you laid out like that?

Hello Sully and thank you for all the fine work and this response. Yes indeed! The old forum was always that way! It was easier to see where the conversation is now on any given topic, with some developments since historic posts already known, and then if and only if we need the background and history do we go down a few pages. And of course on a very old thread there is no need to go down several months unless one has a whole lot of time or is interested in ancient history on some of the topics.  ???

The way it is now by default you have to do few clicks extra clicks every single time you go into a thread so as to view the most recent posts. It gets really old really fast!  ::)

 In the threads in which we are already active or that are relatively new, which is most of the threads we go to or of interest, we want to see the most recent posts first.  8)

Mark

Have we lost the ability to see who is online in a forum?  That was really handy at times as it allowed the initiation of conversations between people familiar with each other.

CatsFaninOttawa

Something constructive:
How about a "first unread post" button? The old fora had them...
Click on the "New" button next to the topic. (Is that what you're looking for?)

Mark

Something constructive:
How about a "first unread post" button? The old fora had them...
Click on the "New" button next to the topic. (Is that what you're looking for?)

For those reading this.... I got a reply from Sully saying that he liked the feature and will see if it's possible to restore on individual fora and threads.

RM14

I really like the idea of the "like" button. I have also seen "thanks" where it shows which user name thanked a certain post. Check out the Calgary Flames Fans Fire on Ice for how well the thanks button by username works. It really highlights the great posts.
GO STAMPS GO

Preisst

For some reason I always like to see a post count within a thread.  The OP is #1 and so on.  If possible this would be a good feature to have.........
"It is a sign of strength, not of weakness, to admit that you don't know all the answers." --John P. Lougbrane

ppull rulz!!!!
 


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