Update to Sinodefence?


WebMaster

The Troll Hunter
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It's okay, we all make mistakes. ;) The point is majority of the forums do not allow indefinite post editing, if we had that feature before (i doubt it) then it was probably a mistake. The time to edit post, almost always is limited for all users.
 

Quickie

Major
Why is there no thread title at the top menu bar? I find it quite troublesome having to pan to the top just to check the thread title.
 

WebMaster

The Troll Hunter
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Administrator
Why is there no thread title at the top menu bar? I find it quite troublesome having to pan to the top just to check the thread title.
Can you post screenshot? I see title in the title bar and on top of the thread.
 

Quickie

Major
I know the thread title can be found in the URL and the tab label but it seems more hidden, as an example when you've opened up quite a few tabs.
 

WebMaster

The Troll Hunter
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Administrator
Well, if it goes way because tab squeezes in to make room for other tabs than there is nothing I can do about it... don't open as many tabs? Most of the browsers today show titles like that and it is the most annoying thing. Some like chrome and opera have remove the top bar so the tabs sit right on the edge of the screen, so annoying, such bad design and they seem to keep churning out more browsers like that.

I have a tool which allows me to switch between 3 monitors which usually sits on the top menu but new browsers with their tabs on the edge leave no room for tools that add buttons next to the minimize/close buttons of a window.

I will see if there is a way to show title on each post but no promises (vbulletin allowed it).
 

Quickie

Major
What about having the thread title in the same row as the menu bar of the message and flag button. This row could possibly be moved to the third (bottom) instead of being at the top.
 

Bltizo

Lieutenant General
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Okay, so it seems like the time limit on editing also applies even after you have pressed the edit button... Meaning if you decide to edit a post, and spend ten minutes writing up a long and detailed reply (because you don't want to post two consecutive replies), your edit will not go through if you click "apply changes" after the time limit.

And there doesn't appear to be a way where you can retrieve what you've written during your edit either...
 

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