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Ya its a due dilengence problem, but how many people post one thread, get a response, it solves there problem, then never look at that thread again? The problem is ...
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- 03-15-2006 #21
Ya its a due dilengence problem, but how many people post one thread, get a response, it solves there problem, then never look at that thread again? The problem is I don't trust all the one time users of the forums. Thus a permission problem arises were it needs to be decide who can edit this threads.
- 03-15-2006 #22Originally Posted by Muser
- 03-15-2006 #23
well of course if I were given some sort of super cool title like "Keeper of the Posts" then I could utilize my passion for inserting (SOLVED) for the benefit of all because god knows techimoe can't do it all, even being a superhero bad you know what monitor like himself.
- 03-16-2006 #24Originally Posted by spencerf
(I wouldn't get my hopes up for the super cool title... )
- 03-22-2006 #25Originally Posted by Cabhan
- 04-15-2006 #26
- 04-15-2006 #27
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- Dec 2005
I asked a Search Engine Optimization Expert, and he strongly advised not to do it, for the simple reason that we would have a keyword density for "Solved" on the forums, ranking us lower on other keywords.
Thus, I am afraid it is not going to take place, since in a way, it is bad for the forums.
- 04-15-2006 #28
Originally Posted by Core Wizard
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- May 2004
- arch linux
Just a thought...oz
- 04-16-2006 #29
Oh, well... The "**SOLVED**" idea was a good one, anyway. We will just have to come up with something else -- I see ozar is already thinking about it -- another idea --- is there a good way to allow [only] the original poster to change/toggle the icon that is used in the thread lists - much like the 'locked' icon [is a special icon] as compared to the other 'normal' icons - this special icon could indicate "not active"/etc...
Just another thought...
EDIT: Oh - I forgot - Thanks Core Wizard for checking into it...
- 04-16-2006 #30
I guess I'll stop adding **SOLVED** then.Registered Linux user #270181
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