|29/05/2008 15:32:24 First|
|29/05/2008 15:35:31 Re:First|
I think having a dedicated forum will increase participation vs the tangler site. I've been waiting for this for a quite a while.
Definitely getting my $24/year worth! Keep up the good work!
|29/05/2008 15:36:30 third|
|woot sauce on top!|
|29/05/2008 15:37:05 Re:First|
|cool, this is super awesome!|
|29/05/2008 15:42:26 Re:First|
but images are broken to the right in the compose message page.
|29/05/2008 15:47:16 Re:First|
It's interesting to see how quickly this forum starts to fill up. It's only be online for ten seconds and already there are a dozen posts.
A good addition to the Weewar website, should really help make this active community even more so!
|29/05/2008 16:37:49 Re:First|
|loving it ! really hope the community grows even more.|
|29/05/2008 17:11:53 Re:First|
|Not sure why you'd want to reinvent this wheel, but okay, whatever floats your boat. I always had issues with Tangler anyway. Hopefully this will at least be faster.|
|29/05/2008 17:34:01 Re:First|
Well, I'm gaining an instant liking to this, chiefly because it's a billion times faster than "Molasses in January" Tangler.
So, when do we get private messaging among members?
|29/05/2008 17:35:06 Re:First|
|I also wonder when/if you're going to import the old Tangler threads.|
|29/05/2008 17:44:37 Re:First|
|Can we get the page to autoscroll to the first unread post in a thread on page load? Whether via HTML anchor or JS, doesn't matter to me.|
|31/05/2008 00:14:42 Re:First|
+1 for this. I miss that feature in Tangler and the unread post indicator on the thread header.
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|31/05/2008 15:24:51 Re:First|
|31/05/2008 19:44:12 Re:First|
|Ok so maybe 10 seconds was an exaggeration but it was only a matter of mere minutes. Pretty impressive and exciting.|
|01/06/2008 06:15:42 Re:First|
Further to this: if we could get the unread and read posts in two different colours, or somehow otherwise indicate them, that would help. Having to manually distinguish the two is getting tiresome.