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Originally posted by cd-rw.org Dibrom,You cannot please them all. My forum has a very simple interface based on text-only and I have had few complaints about my forum being ugly. Only a few complaints, by H.A. staff mostly, but still.So you can't please them all. Go visual and modem users complain. Go simplistic and xp-candyas*es start whining.I presume that VBP supports themes? Make a ultra-simple theme for those who prefer it as an option.I have used these pages with many browsers and I have never experienced any problems. Funny that these complaints come from the MusePack people, since their webpages are among the worst on the Internet: Ugly, unreadable, unusable.
Originally posted by chrisgeleven What would be neat if you decide to add a mailing list option is to have a daily digest (or just send each message separately in e-mail) of all the messages in a specific forum (say the Musepack forum), send it to whoever requests it. Include after each "post" a URL so someone could go directly to the web based thread of that particular discussion. Also, have a Reply URL with each message so someone could just click that and bring it to that thread's reply page. This way, people like Frank don't have to use the web page unless they have to reply to something...I'm sure that will greatly help his situation. He could even download his mail, disconnect the net, read it, have a text editor up, do all of the typing of replies to messages, reconnect and paste them into the appropiate pages. Would save him a lot of time and downloading.Also maybe offer an option to not display automatically a thread in the reply page. Downloading a huge table full of rows and text takes a lot of time. Just offer an option if the person would like to see the thread while replying.
Originally posted by Frank Klemm A "posts of the last 1h/2h/4h/6h/8h/10h/12h/24h" would be nice.
Originally posted by JohnV active topics shows the 60 latest threads. I know it's probably not what you want, but check it out anyway.As Garf said, you can find the link on the left side of the front page.
Originally posted by TURBO WHAT!!!!?. Frank dont give up!.
Originally posted by Frank Klemm if ( 0 == strcmp ( "topics", "articles" ) ) printf ( "Buy a new computern" );