(Your screen shot is too big, Kong-Fu.)
cfh wrote:Put in spoiler tags.
Interests: Music, uhh... DKC, uhh... humor, uhh... saying "uhh" after everything.
Qyzbud wrote:Those of you who have no choice but to use the AOL browser, I've made some changes to the forum's security settings which will hopefully make forum life a little more livable. With any luck, you shouldn't find yourself being signed out all the time anymore. I had to lower the security to achieve this, but it's not too big a deal, I don't think. The risk of having your session 'hijacked' is greater now... whatever that means. Anyone know what this means?
Well anyway, hopefully this will be an improvement for AOL users. (a better improvement would be to use Firefox, but I may have mentioned that already... )
Qyzbud wrote:The risk of having your session 'hijacked' is greater now... whatever that means. Anyone know what this means?
Qyzbud wrote:Do you think you'd be able to get used to either holding Control as you click, or right-clicking and choosing Open Link in New Tab?
cfh wrote:I would appreciate it, but there are other things that should be done first.
Jomingo wrote:we can't writer write things with the slash through it a strikethrough effect.
Qyzbud wrote:[s]Strike me lucky![/s]
Qyzbud wrote:I'm actually not aware of <xmp> tags...
How else will anyone know a post has been edited/changed without practically stalking the topic 24-7?In the YouTube , Kong-Fu wrote:Four posts in a row? Seriously, use the edit button.
Simion32 wrote:Give users the option (during post-editing) to mark a as "last post edited" when said post is also the last in the .
Kiddy14 wrote:I think the first one is better =P
Qyzbud wrote:Welcome to the DKC Atlas community, egruntz.
The atlas2 forum style (AKA theme/skin) is an early work-in-progress. Certainly not ready to use just yet. In fact, I didn't intend to have it available on the theme selection list yet. I've now disabled it from the list, but I'll enable it again, marked 'BETA' when it's ready for public use. Don't hold your breath, though...
For the 2nd proposed format, I'm thinking it would good to have it stay very simple, only giving single, complete units of time.
(for example; Joined: today, then 1 day ago - 6 days ago ... 1 week ago - 3 weeks ago ... 1 month ago and so forth)
Full join date/time could still be shown in the main user profiles, as it currently is.
How does that sound?
Jomingo wrote:I don't think anything is necessary. I think that it should remain in the profile, but not next to every post. I think that maybe there's something more important to put there.
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