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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Aero » Tue Jan 12, 2016 4:52 pm

Oh btw Nien, using "/mode Nien +R" will help stop all those PM windows from coming up.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Pseudo » Tue Jan 12, 2016 11:47 pm

Just noticed that you now receive a notification when someone quotes you in a thread. That's awesome!
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby TLtimelord » Wed Jan 13, 2016 12:22 am

Pseudo-dino wrote:Just noticed that you now receive a notification when someone quotes you in a thread. That's awesome!
Yeah, quite, but I wonder if there's a way to disable quotes in notifications. I've already had an occasion where I posted in a thread and was no longer interested in reading it and had to go through a few days of my notifications filling up due to people constantly quoting somebody's post who quoted me.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Pseudo » Wed Jan 13, 2016 12:57 am

Looks like you can disable it, in your User Control Panel under Board preferences -> notification options.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby MistakesWereMade » Wed Jan 13, 2016 3:24 am

The notifications section is actually the greatest feature, i no longer have to check my email for half of the forum functionalities, specifically reports notifications.
AeroMatter wrote:Oh btw Nien, using "/mode Nien +R" will help stop all those PM windows from coming up.
thanks

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby lighthouse64 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 6:24 am

Pseudo-dino wrote:Just noticed that you now receive a notification when someone quotes you in a thread. That's awesome!
Yeah, it's kinda cool to see if you don't get quoted all the time :P I just hit your notification page right now probably.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Mable » Wed Jan 13, 2016 9:16 am

Yeah it's fancy. I like to look at peoples post when they quote me and said something dumb as reply so i don't have to go throught all pages.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Bryan » Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:44 pm

Tinkerbell wrote:Yeah it's fancy. I like to look at peoples post when they quote me and said something dumb as reply so i don't have to go throught all pages.
The new release of phpBB is a major improvement over the previous one - cutting absurd features from the software. Extensions are a pretty neat thing, too.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Fuyu » Mon Jan 18, 2016 5:05 pm

I'm well aware of the automatic logout feature this forum provides which activates in about 20(?) minutes since the user stopped checking anything new. I personally don't know what purpose it has to actually be here, to help users by logging out if they forgot to (maybe?), but I have another suggestion for the forum regarding said feature, which is to be able to choose whether you want to logout automatically or not.

Some people, like me for example, come and go very frequently because we have other things to do, and to be honest after the 5th time I got to log in because I had to attend to some IRL issues or do some errands it becomes sort of annoying. Maybe I'm the only one to feel that way, but I truthfully think I'm not the only one that was doing something else while he/she was logged in on the forums and went back to do something only to find he/she HAS to log in again, it is sort of distractive.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Zeldamaster12 » Mon Jan 18, 2016 5:10 pm

Natsu wrote:I'm well aware of the automatic logout feature this forum provides which activates in about 20(?) minutes since the user stopped checking anything new. I personally don't know what purpose it has to actually be here, to help users by logging out if they forgot to (maybe?), but I have another suggestion for the forum regarding said feature, which is to be able to choose whether you want to logout automatically or not.

Some people, like me for example, come and go very frequently because we have other things to do, and to be honest after the 5th time I got to log in because I had to attend to some IRL issues or do some errands it becomes sort of annoying. Maybe I'm the only one to feel that way, but I truthfully think I'm not the only one that was doing something else while he/she was logged in on the forums and went back to do something only to find he/she HAS to log in again, it is sort of distractive.
Check the "remember me" box so it won't auto-log you out.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Shadow Yoshi » Mon Jan 18, 2016 5:45 pm

Yeah, that isn't an "auto logout" feature but rather just your session expiring. As ZM said, just check "Remember me" when logging in.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Aero » Mon Jan 18, 2016 6:24 pm

^ what they said or you can extend the timeout time if necessary.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Fuyu » Mon Jan 18, 2016 6:29 pm

Oh, ok. I'll see if it works, thanks.

@AeroMatter: And where can I do that?
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Aero » Mon Jan 18, 2016 7:36 pm

For FireFox: http://kb.mozillazine.org/Network.cookie.lifetimePolicy

Idk how to change it for other browsers, but I'm sure the concept is the same for Chrome.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Shadow Yoshi » Mon Jan 18, 2016 8:04 pm

It looks like that's for cookies, not sessions. That will probably change how long the forum "remembers you" for.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Fuyu » Mon Jan 18, 2016 8:10 pm

2complicated4me

Thanks for linking me to that page, though.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Aero » Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:30 pm

Can we get a thread similar to this for the Help & Support forum? I think if some of the stickies were merged/cleared out a bit then room can be made for a topic with general help in the OP and let the thread be for questions/problems that don't deserve their own thread. It would be very useful to have for the people who register just to ask a quick question so they don't have to search through a flood of other topics about technical questions.

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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Pseudo » Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:40 pm

Ooh yeah, yeah, that'd be good. That'd make that forum a lot easier to navigate, I think.

"Ask a simple question, get a simple answer". That sort of thing.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Zeldamaster12 » Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:42 pm

Pseudo-dino wrote:Ooh yeah, yeah, that'd be good. That'd make that forum a lot easier to navigate, I think.

"Ask a simple question, get a simple answer". That sort of thing.
I second this. The Help & Support subforum really doesn't need that many stickies.
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Re: Site Discussion Thread

Postby Aero » Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:46 pm

Zeldamaster12 wrote:I second this. The Help & Support subforum really doesn't need that many stickies.
If I may suggest: Valtteri's stickies could all be merged into one thread, and Marina's and XerX's guides can be merged into another. (I think the latter has already been suggested though?)


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