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Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Apr-29-2005 21:56

Please be specific about your topic when you name posts, rather than say "a thought" or "a suggestion." It's nice to be able to get a sense of what the thread will be about without having to open it, and sometimes someone has a great suggestion, but it's hard to remember which "Another Suggestion" it is, so I open up several wrong threads before I find the discussion I am looking for.

Thanks!

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Delvin
Delvin
Well-Connected

Apr-29-2005 23:31

good suggestion! :)

Reverend
Reverend

May-2-2005 09:28

Good Suggestion :D

MarcusAndrew
MarcusAndrew

May-2-2005 16:23

i agree! it would make things easier!

Sherlock H0lmes
Sherlock H0lmes
Well-Connected

Nov-28-2005 08:26

Wouldn't this have been better called:

Please clarify your suggestion posts

or something similar? ;-)

Moonshh
Moonshh
Well-Connected

Nov-29-2005 09:25

I don't know; didn't it get your attention as it stands?

jstkdn
jstkdn
Well-Connected

Nov-29-2005 10:47

lol

Moon Lighter
Moon Lighter
Well-Connected

Nov-29-2005 23:46

*snickers*

Chrysalis
Chrysalis

Mar-20-2006 22:04

Hmmmmm.

I am still a newbie and over tha past few days have been working my way back through the posts... commenting when i feel like it and sometimes just for the hell of it.

I have noticed that certain themes (new skills, new items are just two)seem to be repeated again and again and again and (think you get the point) This is not only very frustrating to read but it must also be mildly irritating for those who answer questions as it seems to be the same few over and over and over again.

Could we not have a permanent spot for certain threads. So we dont have info all over the place, so people dont constantly repeat the same questions etc

Just think it would be a little more user friendly.


Also how far back does this thing go???


crunchpatty
crunchpatty
Old Shoe

Mar-21-2006 01:17

I've had the same thought Chrysalis...lotta crossed threads here. Some of the mod picks resolve it, they kinda function as stickies but yeah...I know. They go waaaaaayyy back...like, carpal-tunnel-and-crossed-eyes-await...that far.

Charlie Cain
Charlie Cain
Thespian

Mar-21-2006 07:16

I agree there are alot of threads that repeat themselves. I normally try to see if there is one already in existence before I post a new one maybe there should be a side bar with the threads that are open so we can see what already exists. So its easier for newbies to find the answers to thier questions * I am still a newbie too.* but that way no two threads are the same with the same questions and answers.

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