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03-16-2006 #2Originally Posted by Richard_The_Lionhearted
03-16-2006 #3Originally Posted by CodeRootRegistered Linux user #270181
03-16-2006 #4Originally Posted by techieMoe
What does everyone think about this idea -- possibly for all forums, but certainly for the Coffee Lounge even if nowhere else:
At the top of the forum thread listing is a single sticky post (with an appropriate title that encourages people to check the post before posting) that lists relevant threads that have been moved to a "special place" (not necessarily the same place) for such threads (along with links) -- poll threads could go in a "polls" section/area/forum - threads for/about special things like techieMoe's personal web site could go in a/the "contributed by members" section/area/forum - and there might be other types of moved/referenced/etc. threads as well -- it would "clean up" the thread listings a bit...
Just a thought...
03-16-2006 #6Originally Posted by CodeRootRegistered Linux user #270181
03-16-2006 #7Originally Posted by techieMoe
Special Threads - Polls, Questionaires, etc. - Please read before posting...
In the thread would be a post for each poll/questionaire/etc. containing a link...
// thinking "Where is all of this leading?"...
Maybe there should simply be a "special posts" forum for polls, questionaires, etc...
I think a "special" section might be a good idea. I agree with the original poster that having all those stickies at the top of the Coffee Lounge makes it cluttered, particularly for those who have no interest in the Polls or have already answered them long ago.
Last edited by techieMoe; 03-17-2006 at 01:38 PM.Registered Linux user #270181
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I think you could always make a single sticky thread called "POLLS" with all of the links to the various polls...and make the rest of the polls normal threads. this way, they are still easily accessible (within this thread) but aren't always on top as individual stickies themselves
03-17-2006 #10Originally Posted by josolanes
::EDIT:: Done. A much more elegant solution in my book. Thanks.
Last edited by techieMoe; 03-17-2006 at 01:39 PM.Registered Linux user #270181