Tree system for forum postings
Thread poster: Mary Worby

Mary Worby  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 08:39
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German to English
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Dec 16, 2001

Don\'t know if this is workable or not, it\'s just an idea!


Would it be possible to have a tree system for forum postings, effectively this would mean you could reply to an individual post rather than to the thread as a whole.


I think this would make things a lot easier to read. The current system - especially with the fast-tracking for Platinum users - makes some topics very difficult to read. It\'s hard to keep up with who is replying to who, and the posts don\'t even turn up in the right order!


 

Henry Dotterer
Local time: 03:39
SITE FOUNDER
Thanks for the suggestion Dec 27, 2001

Tree-structure would probably be better, but we won\'t get to this for a while.


FYI, postings are listed in chronological ordeer. But some show up immediately (postings from paying members) and some show up after being vetted.


Henry


 

John Kinory (X)
Local time: 08:39
English to Hebrew
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Are you saying that paying members don't get moderated? Jan 1, 2002

I thought the idea was to prevent abuse of the site (not that it has, at least in other areas of it). If so, what has payment got to do with it?
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