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    dixee
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    Sensory overload

    Post by dixee on 11/5/2009, 8:24 pm

    It feels pretty chaotic to me. There are a lot of different colors and themes going on at the same time, as well as a hundred different buttons presented all at once.

    If it could be filed down some, or just organized a little better, that would be much appreciated.

    Oh, and while I'm complaining about stuff, I should not be presented with the ability to edit anyone's post that I so choose. That is, unless I've been made a moderator and didn't know it (which I doubt, because I haven't seen anything labeled mod or admin functions).
    Currently, there are buttons to edit and delete each and every post I gaze at. Also one for getting the IP address, which I'm assuming isn't intentional either. So, yeah...


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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by John on 11/5/2009, 8:42 pm

    Woah! That has to be fixed pronto!
    Thanks for the warning and I'll see what I can do with the suggestion.

    Not too much flexibility with the forums right now. Still getting used to everything. :]


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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by Whitepath on 11/5/2009, 9:14 pm

    Not too much flexibility with the forums right now. Still getting used to everything.
    I know you've done this before too, but if you have any questions about anything, I'd be happy to help.
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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by dixee on 11/5/2009, 9:46 pm

    Well, even the omission of those three buttons helps a ton as far as the overload went. I can edit only my posts now, but I don't see a button to delete them.

    EDIT: I found the option in the edit screen, so I guess that works.

    Oh, and another thing... do you like how high my reputation is?
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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by John on 11/5/2009, 9:51 pm

    Great. Thanks. XD
    Lots of bugs. Thanks for reporting them to me.


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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by dixee on 11/5/2009, 9:54 pm

    No prob. I tend to over-analyze things and, as a result, often find more problems than the average person. However, here it's all in love. I'm only trying to make this place as good as it can be Smile

    EDIT: just noticed you gave me my delete-my-own-post button back. I don't know why I'd ever use it, but it's comforting to see it there. I guess it gives a semblance of control, which is cool.
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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by John on 11/5/2009, 10:00 pm

    Alright.
    We have a brand new rep system.
    The members set the reputation now. Makes life easier now and when this place grows. :]

    Also, I like that you find these little details. It allows me to fix them all. :]

    And yea, control is fun. XD


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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by dixee on 11/5/2009, 10:01 pm

    Nice. +1 for you then.
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    Re: Sensory overload

    Post by John on 11/5/2009, 10:02 pm

    Well thanks. XD


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