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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:05 PM   #121 (permalink)
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I mean when have read a post, we know what is in it. But if this post is edited and changed, then we don't know now the content of the post. Maybe the change is not substantial, buy many times the change is important, and now we are not notificated that the post has changed.

Might be an idea if there was a change log on the post so you could see previous versions of a post if it's been changed.

I know this may be more DB intensive because it would be adding multiple versions of a post to the table... but just an idea.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:09 PM   #122 (permalink)
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Might be an idea if there was a change log on the post so you could see previous versions of a post if it's been changed.

I know this may be more DB intensive because it would be adding multiple versions of a post to the table... but just an idea.

That already exists, but it's only for administrators. It isn't practical to make old revisions public, because sometimes a revision is made to correct a privacy mistake (uploaded sensitive info).

A better option might be to allow posts to be edited up-to 60 minutes, and then not edited beyond that. Long enough to correct type-o's or fix obvious problems.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:14 PM   #123 (permalink)
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That already exists, but it's only for administrators. It isn't practical to make old revisions public, because sometimes a revision is made to correct a privacy mistake (uploaded sensitive info).

A better option might be to allow posts to be edited up-to 60 minutes, and then not edited beyond that. Long enough to correct type-o's or fix obvious problems.

Mike

Yeah I agree... But the 60 min window is a bit tough... I see stuff a few hours later and will correct a type o or grammar.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:19 PM   #124 (permalink)
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When a user is on your ignore list, and someone else quotes their post, right now that post is shown. Would like to have it so that when a user is on your ignore list, you also don't see their quoted post so you can just pretend they don't even exist.

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I talked about to have ignore threads.

I go every day to "new posts" function. I use to have 3 or 4 pages of threads with new posts. And many of them I decided not to follow, but now I have to read every day its titles just to ignore. If we could declare a thread ignore list, the new post list would be very reduced (threads not in the ignore list, and new threads), and this is a big amount of time in a year.

BTW I want to say that I find many very good threads and posts in them, but so extense for me, and unfortunately, I have to select and prioritize because of this horrible issue called time (a human figuration, btw).

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:24 PM   #125 (permalink)
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Might be an idea if there was a change log on the post so you could see previous versions of a post if it's been changed.

I know this may be more DB intensive because it would be adding multiple versions of a post to the table... but just an idea.

Could it be, it's an idea as you say, but with a notification that has been a change, that is the center of the question.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:25 PM   #126 (permalink)
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I talked about to have ignore threads.

I go every day to "new posts" function. I use to have 3 or 4 pages of threads with new posts. And many of them I decided not to follow, but now I have to read every day its titles just to ignore. If we could declare a thread ignore list, the new post list would be very reduced (threads not in the ignore list, and new threads), and this is a big amount of time in a year.

BTW I want to say that I find many very good threads and posts in them, but so extense for me, and unfortunately, I have to select and prioritize because of this horrible issue called time (a human figuration, btw).

I can see having a thread be ignored if you have placed the thread starter on ignore. But I don't agree with ignoring other threads in their entirety really. There is already the option to ignore a particular subforum, like if you want to ignore subforums about trading platforms that don't pertain to you, or ignore foreign language threads --- you can already do that today.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:29 PM   #127 (permalink)
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I can see having a thread be ignored if you have placed the thread starter on ignore. But I don't agree with ignoring other threads in their entirety really. There is already the option to ignore a particular subforum, like if you want to ignore subforums about trading platforms that don't pertain to you, or ignore foreign language threads --- you can already do that today.

Mike

Is different to ignore a futures.io (formerly BMT)er (all his posts and threads) than ignore just some threads IMO.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 05:29 PM   #128 (permalink)
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I can see having a thread be ignored if you have placed the thread starter on ignore. But I don't agree with ignoring other threads in their entirety really. There is already the option to ignore a particular subforum, like if you want to ignore subforums about trading platforms that don't pertain to you, or ignore foreign language threads --- you can already do that today.

Mike

Maybe add the ignore thread to where it doesn't show up in new post page. But you can still view the thread.

Kinda like a reverse subscription.

Personally I don't use new post at all, I go an subscribe to the threads I want to read and then check my CP daily to make my rounds through the different threads I want to read or comment on.


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Old October 22nd, 2014, 06:12 PM   #129 (permalink)
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That already exists, but it's only for administrators. It isn't practical to make old revisions public, because sometimes a revision is made to correct a privacy mistake (uploaded sensitive info).

A better option might be to allow posts to be edited up-to 60 minutes, and then not edited beyond that. Long enough to correct type-o's or fix obvious problems.

Mike


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Yeah I agree... But the 60 min window is a bit tough... I see stuff a few hours later and will correct a type o or grammar.

My two cents is that the 60 minutes would be too tight. I'm not sure what the edit window is now, but I could easily notice or remember an error much later than that.

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Old October 22nd, 2014, 06:14 PM   #130 (permalink)
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My two cents is that the 60 minutes would be too tight. I'm not sure what the edit window is now, but I could easily notice or remember an error much later than that.

Bob.

Currently 5 minutes without the notice, and 24 hours total.

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