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Postby sharkboi » Thu Sep 18, 2014 10:26 am


wolverine wrote:
This has now been implemented. I'm also looking for a way to show posts with most thanks since last visit but it's quite difficult, there are a lot of search options making it easy to break something in the process.
Very nice.
I used it to check ates posts, and discovered his recent Sofie Formica posts with lots of thanks, had a look, and it's now alerted me I should go back to recording H&A The Early Years again.
So it's already working for me in the way I wanted... :yes:

Thanks wolverine :cheerstothat:


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Postby atefooterz » Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:36 am


If i used the thanks system i would not cap & post most of what i do, tiz all a`bout the spunkratz & putting them up here :P

EDIT ( translation) To be ahead of the curves not follow :hug:


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Postby sharkboi » Thu Sep 18, 2014 1:34 pm


atefooterz wrote:
If i used the thanks system i would not cap & post most of what i do, tiz all a`bout the spunkratz & putting them up here :P

EDIT ( translation) To be ahead of the curves not follow :hug:

The only curves I'm interested in are on my TV screen... :yes:


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Postby Hologram Panda » Fri Jan 23, 2015 2:14 pm


so....is it possible to search by the amount of thanks or not? :grin:


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Postby wolverine » Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:43 pm


Hologram Panda wrote:
so....is it possible to search by the amount of thanks or not? :grin:


No, but it is on the cards...


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Postby sharkboi » Mon Jan 26, 2015 12:21 pm


wolverine wrote:
Hologram Panda wrote:
so....is it possible to search by the amount of thanks or not? :grin:


No, but it is on the cards...

Sounds good..

Another idea, would it be possible to be able to 'hide' threads you aren't interested in?
When I view the site I 'View active topics', there are massive numbers of threads I don't ever bother going into, and probably never will because I'm not into the celeb concerned, it would be great if I could 'hide' them all, and then I'd only see the threads I'm interested in, and any new threads created of course.

We can add people to our 'friend' and 'foes' lists, so I thought it might be possible to 'hide' other things too.
Any threads you decided to 'hide' would have to be added to a 'hidden threads' list in the user Control Panel in case you later had a change of mind.


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Postby wolverine » Tue Jan 27, 2015 12:57 am


Great idea, I'll add that to my list.


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Postby Lasered » Sun Aug 02, 2015 8:58 pm


What about a thread. Where if a member comes across a really good post, it can be added to awesome posts section? Look at what I've done it the Kylie Gillies thread

viewtopic.php?p=558768#p558768

I've linked to the sensational KG downblouse posts, even though it the same thread.

You get those KG posts. Then you might add Poh giving a body massage, and so on.

Do you get what I'm trying to say?


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Postby sharkboi » Tue Oct 13, 2015 10:23 pm


sharkboi wrote:
Another idea, would it be possible to be able to 'hide' threads you aren't interested in?
When I view the site I 'View active topics', there are massive numbers of threads I don't ever bother going into, and probably never will because I'm not into the celeb concerned, it would be great if I could 'hide' them all, and then I'd only see the threads I'm interested in, and any new threads created of course.

We can add people to our 'friend' and 'foes' lists, so I thought it might be possible to 'hide' other things too.
Any threads you decided to 'hide' would have to be added to a 'hidden threads' list in the user Control Panel in case you later had a change of mind.

Is this getting any closer to the top of the list of things to do?

(Replying to my own post so you know what the hell I'm talking about)


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Postby atefooterz » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:29 am


i just do this place like any other busy forum, most that have random threads, this site always being rather special with acumilative subject posts. Index> suss threads active i am interested in since last visit>back to index & mark all read... repeat next visit.


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