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Hi,
One more suggestion from me
Can I have that {New Post Indicator} link on my profile page along with usual links that appear top right?
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Thanks,
Vadiraj
[ May 20, 2003: Message edited by: Vadiraj Deshpande ]
 
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yeah we need this link in a more convienient place. I think it would be good at the top of the page by the other links
Thank you very much
 
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As we mentioned in this topic yesterday:

Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
So go to the Infopop website and ask them to put this feature in their UBB product.
Then the next time that we upgrade it might be there.

 
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Thought pulling up the link from one page to other would be an easier task:
just edit pages and don't touch server-side (perl), but seems that was not the case

While thread watches (as mentioned in the
other thread) need some change at server-side.

Is that so difficult Cindy?
-Vadiraj
[ May 21, 2003: Message edited by: Vadiraj Deshpande ]
 
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i found when you look at the recent posts page, it is hard to tell which is the most recent one. can anyone help out? Cindy?
 
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They are in reverse order by time, with the most recent post being on top.
 
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The profile page is generated on the fly from database data programmically. We would have to hack the code that is owned by InfoPop.
 
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Originally posted by Cindy Glass:
They are in reverse order by time, with the most recent post being on top.


thanks a lot!
but i found it tends to put same thread posts together. i will double check it.
[ May 21, 2003: Message edited by: Don Liu ]
 
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hi Cindy:
thanks for your reply! i think you must refer to this page, everything works fine there.
but i found something is wrong with this page. the posts are not in timely order. i am not sure whether it is just me, or everybody gets the same?
thanks,
 
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Everybody gets the same.
The exact order of the sort seems to be by day, by forum, by topic number (see the url to find the topic number), by time with the most recent post for that topic on top.
 
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Thanks a lot! Cindy
[ May 27, 2003: Message edited by: Don Liu ]
 
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hi Cindy:
speaking of order of time, i found something interesting:
on a busy morning, when you go to here, each time you refresh the page, sometimes you may find the order of the posts changes.
sometimes when there are two posts in the same forum, A and B, in here, A may be earlier than B, but in here, B may be earlier than A.
Above are some of my observation.
Best Regards,
 
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Don - I think that when that happens, it's because there was a new post in that thread, but it was deleted (by the poster or by the moderator, for whatever reason). I don't know if that's always the case when you see posts out of order, but I know it happens sometimes. At some later point, the order often returns to what it should be (ignoring the deleted post) - I think there's a delayed re-indexing process.
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jim, that is not what i mean, right now, in MD, two posts both posted on 6:28, one is before another inside MD, but it is other way around from outside.
 
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