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What's Missing?
#31
(10-02-2014, 07:37 PM)panamaniac Wrote: Can anyone suggest why my posts are not displaying?

I'm working on it.  But this one showed up so that's a positive thing.  Keep posting, lets see if the issue is behind us.
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#32
(10-02-2014, 08:10 PM)mpd618 Wrote:
(10-02-2014, 03:29 PM)Spokes Wrote: When I hit What's New? at the top of the page, it shows all of the threads with unread posts in them.  There's a green arrow and it'll take you to the first unread post.  That post should say "unread post" in red next to the thread number on the top right hand part of the post.

If I'm already on that screen to see what's new, it would make a lot of sense to have the entire thread link jump to the first unread post.

That may not be an option.  I'll look into it.
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#33
(10-02-2014, 10:11 PM)Spokes Wrote:
(10-02-2014, 08:10 PM)mpd618 Wrote:
(10-02-2014, 03:29 PM)Spokes Wrote: When I hit What's New? at the top of the page, it shows all of the threads with unread posts in them.  There's a green arrow and it'll take you to the first unread post.  That post should say "unread post" in red next to the thread number on the top right hand part of the post.

If I'm already on that screen to see what's new, it would make a lot of sense to have the entire thread link jump to the first unread post.

That may not be an option.  I'll look into it.

Speaking of options, I think limiting the amount of nesting that you can have in quotes would be a good thing. Maybe even limiting it to just one level of quotes.
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#34
We could use a Bauer Lofts thread. I don't have pics, so I won't start it.

Also, how about a thread or post about local Tweeters?
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#35
I agree. It's on my list. My goal has been getting threads up and running for current projects before tackling past projects. It's coming though.

If you've got pictures of projects both completed and in the process of being completed please let me know. One of the things that sucks about WW being folded the way it did was that we lost so much content in terms of progress photos. Not happy about that.

As for the local Tweeters, what did you have in mind? Links to twitter accounts of note?
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#36
Were the progress photos hosted on the website or on individuals' photo gallery accounts?
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#37
(10-07-2014, 09:42 PM)DHLawrence Wrote: Were the progress photos hosted on the website or on individuals' photo gallery accounts?

Both.

Anything posted by UrbanWaterloo was hosted on the site, and while some archiving has found some images, we've been told they're off limits.

Photos taken by anyone else would be hosted elsewhere.  That's my request, share those with us.  PM me if you've got some you'd like to share.
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#38
Think we could get the first post of a thread stickied to the top of every page?
It's really helpful for project threads, so that all the key details are present on every page. I rather liked that on Wonderful Waterloo.
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#39
I liked the development ideas forum.
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#40
(12-15-2014, 11:57 AM)Markster Wrote: Think we could get the first post of a thread stickied to the top of every page?
It's really helpful for project threads, so that all the key details are present on every page. I rather liked that on Wonderful Waterloo.

I'll look into getting a plugin for this.

The issue lies in that when people start new threads, they don't follow the thread starting guidelines so then the content that you have pinned to the top isn't actually the content that you want.
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