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@Patrick, how about an "unfollow thread" feature that marks a thread unread by the user. Lots of time I read a thread, find it uninteresting and don't want to follow it, so I don't want the "new posts" icon to appear for it since that icon is most useful for continuing conversations that you are interested in.
Basically, let the user mark threads as unread like one does for email.
Hey Patrick, you have style tags leaking between posts like this bold...
...shouldn't be bold here.
Thanks! Yes, some things are kinda abgefuckt, as they say in German, but that's the old php code.
The new version of the site is here:
At least another person is realizing just how much PHP sucks.
Yes, thus the conversion to node.
I certainly look forward to the ignore feature working again.
OK, up next, ignore feature.
The text inserted into the comment box reads "[username] says" where username is the name of the logged in user rather than the name of the user being quoted.
One more problem I'm having: since moving from php to node, certain characters are not displaying correctly. I don't understand why, since I am using <meta charset='utf-8' /> in the html just like before.
I've notice that when I've clicked on certain threads with the "new comment" link, the thread shows no new comments and the page is at the top of the thread. For example, the Funny Picture thread.
This means that if you post to a thread, you don't see your comments or anyone else's.
Did you mean the "latest" comment link on a list of posts?
If it actually worked in Chrome on an android phone, that would be an improvement.
Patrick, it seems the Like:Dislike quotient is always one for one in the latest comments
@Patrick, there's a major bug or bugs with posting comments to some threads.I've notice that when I've clicked on certain threads with the "new comment" link, the thread shows no new comments and the page is at the top of the thread. For example, the Funny Picture thread.
showing the "new comment" link for ignored users
Here is an example of one of the links from a user page that takes you to a page with no comments.