Lease this WebApp and get rid of the ads.
Siã☀©
I second that idea...
Thu Jan 6, 2011 20:37
70.109.146.164

I love it on CPD... and always saw it used on multiple other forums I once frequented.... it has it's pros and cons, but pros outweigh the cons, IMO

  • Suggestion: Use the "Most Recent Post First" option.David F Mayer, Thu Jan 6 15:04
    I use it on "Ideas for Improving America". It automatically brings to the top whatever post has been most recently replied to. It makes keeping up to date easier. David F Mayer
    • I second that idea... — Siã☀©, Thu Jan 6 20:37
    • I Have Been Resistant To That...Uru Hammer, Thu Jan 6 15:43
      ...mostly because it is unfamiliar to me. I think that I personally prefer the threads to be organized by date. But, I may give a whirl. Uru
      • The posts that posters find unibteresting drop to the bottom and off the page, rather than forcing active threads to fall off the edge before they are done. Resulting threads that are more... more
        • Agreed... with one small caveat...Siã☀©◔̯◔, Fri Jan 7 14:39
          It WOULD be nice to have the ability to condense all the thread, especially the gargantuan threads, into TITLES ONLY so that it's not a chore to navigate through if bored by the big thread...
      • On this style of forum, it sucks.Poppet, Thu Jan 6 19:02
        On a vbulletin forum (like this ), the interface architecture supports "most recent first" very nicely. Each topic has but a single link, and then all the posts display. Very convenient. On this... more
      • Please don't.OldCM, Thu Jan 6 15:53
        I can't find stuff on the Blue Board because it is always moving around. Much prefer it this way myself.
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