When a thread gets long enough will it eventually start a new page, or will we have to scroll down for half an hour to get to the new replies? Or is that something that can be set up from the users end or from the moderators end?

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the_original_b_dog said:
Rich Lane said:
This is a case where the majority of folks who pipe up will rule, I guess.

Wow. It works!

Sweet!
Rob Staeger said:
the_original_b_dog said:
Rich Lane said:
This is a case where the majority of folks who pipe up will rule, I guess.

Wow. It works!

Sweet!

It is, indeed!
Rich Lane said:
Rob Staeger said:
the_original_b_dog said:
Rich Lane said:
This is a case where the majority of folks who pipe up will rule, I guess.

Wow. It works!

Sweet!

It is, indeed!

Okay, thanks for the info guys. heck by the time I got back here is was on page 2. I prefer the flat look as well
And, I too, prefer the flat look. :)
the_original_b_dog said:
Rich Lane said:
This is a case where the majority of folks who pipe up will rule, I guess.

Wow. It works!

It does work. I like the ability to quote. And I also really like the "Unread" feature, at least on traditional message boards. I've always used it on the old board, as well as others I've frequented.
Mark Sullivan said:
It does work. I like the ability to quote. And I also really like the "Unread" feature, at least on traditional message boards. I've always used it on the old board, as well as others I've frequented.


Didn't you learn anything from Lovecraft? That which has been read cannot be unread.
Regarding Forum threads, when you click on the Thread Name from the Latest Activity, it's kind of annoying that it takes you to the beginning of the thread rather than the most recent post within the thread. Can we fix that?
If you can't how about this: Duplicate the "Thread Page Boxes," which currently appear at the bottom of the page, and put that duplicate at the top of the Thread page format.
Apparently, you have to "friend" someone in order to send a private message. That's an extra step that should not be necessary.
PowerBook Pete said:
Apparently, you have to "friend" someone in order to send a private message. That's an extra step that should not be necessary.

I imagine it's in place to protect people from being spammed via private messaging.
I don't see any way to do a poll. Is there one?
Dagwan said:
I don't see any way to do a poll. Is there one?

I was just thinking about that the other day
Okay, so all of a sudden there's these little faint arrows linking together responses with posts, but only on some threads.

What's up with that?

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