Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Ian, May 11, 2020.
TYVM for considering it Ian. I appreciate your work on the forum.
I've been thinking about making a thread like this.
Pats running outside zone, sail, flood etc posting clips of the A22. Was thinking it could be pinned at the top. Lot of work but there should be something like that.
It is a ton of work. No doubt.
Changed. Thanks for the idea.
Interesting thought on the mass threads. If you can set them up so they would go in a folder such as all Brady threads being filtered into the Brady folder. You would also have to have a way the folders would show on the forum. Not sure if it is possible, but would certainly clean up the forums and you would only have one folder to open to see all Brady threads.
Just a strange thought that came to me not sure how forum coding works. Long ago believe me it was long ago I did something like this with databases. I am way behind the curve on coding now. Good luck! you do a great job here.
I already know when i'm not interested in the thread by its' title. Unless i'm missing something I still have to open the thread to hit the ignore button. Can you eliminate this step and just make it so you can ignore withoot having to open the thread?
I'll check into that and see how it's set up in this new version. If it's not, I'll see if I can add it.
I'll have to see. I'm sure I can do something custom outside the software but I'll have to look at how they're structured in terms of whether or not I can filter them out from the main feed and categorize them. But that's a good idea
Just a nit, but on my MacBook Pro, running either Safari or Chrome, on the page number list at the top and bottom of a forum page, the style of the current page is not significantly different from the other pages on the list, making it difficult to ascertain what page you're on. I mentioned this some time ago, but it never got changed, which I assumed was due to a limitation of the current framework. Hopefully that can be addressed in the new version.
Need an icon for "Oh, it's only Deus Irae"
A "Ray Lewis killed a guy" emoji.
I've seen this not go very well on other forums. You hope it would add some charm to the site, but it tends to give people something more to pick on other members with. Also, it's kind of hard for ex-pats. What if you are an Italian guy living in Scotland -- which flag do you pick?
But it's a universal truth, it'd be like having a "we breathe air" or "bears poop in the woods" emoji.
Maybe we should have a "buttfumble" emoji, for when a member really screws something up?
Any reference to the Buttfumble cheers up a Pats fan's day.
A Roger Goodell clown emoji.
The actual framework is the hard part, although I've figured out some things since I put this original template together that might make it easier to customize other sections. I used to have different colors/styles on the old board depending on where you were so I agree, it would be nice to do something like that again. I'll see what I can do.
On the right side create a possibility to put pat patriot logo or flying elvis ?
So what do we do after we run out of female members next week?
Maybe? Definitely! A Buttfumble emoji should exist just for its own sake, to remind us of the beauty and majesty of life (as a non-JEST fan), how there is sometimes cosmic karmic justice meted out, how no matter how bad it gets there's always a worse place to be.
If I could have one thing, it would be a "next" button on the Page numbers at the top and bottom of the page that REMAINS on the page even when you're on the last available page. Here's how it would work (may not be possible):
In my ideal world, I am following the GDT, I catch up to the posts and I'm at the bottom of the latest page in existence (this is obviously hypothetical). The magical "Next" button allows me to press it and whenever new content becomes available on the new page, it automatically sends me to it.
Currently, when I do this, I have to keep reloading the browser page until the new page shows up, then click on the new page number. This may not be much of an issue for many people, but it's really annoying when you're in Southeast Asia and stuck on a slow internet connection.
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