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16th January, 2011 at 05:04:28 -

Hello. On a member's profile page it lists the most recent 10 forum topics and posts. Is it possible to list more than 10? Even if one of the admins perhaps hack together an asp page that simply makes a list, that would be fine.

 
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16th January, 2011 at 05:24:00 -

That would be a lot of stuff to look through. I mean, you yourself have 1381 posts, and some people have more than that...

 
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16th January, 2011 at 12:17:06 -

Yeah, but sometimes someone might actually want to browse through all those posts.

 
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17th January, 2011 at 13:29:48 -


Originally Posted by Jon Lambert
That would be a lot of stuff to look through. I mean, you yourself have 1381 posts, and some people have more than that...



Yeah, it would be a lot, probably. Usually on a forum you can view a member's forum activity right back to their first post. Since the latest 5 are shown on the member profile page the SQL queries have already been done, so I'm wondering if it'd be possible to pull them out and drop them on a page somewhere..

Edit: Just the forum topics (rather than posts) would be good enough.

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17th January, 2011 at 13:33:04 -

It would be possible, but it'd have to be on a seperate page most likely (and it'd have to be paged otherwise the browser would run slow as hell - remember how the DC mail page used to be!).

This feature will probably arrive some time in the near future along with some other features we're thinking of.

 
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17th January, 2011 at 14:01:48 -


Originally Posted by Flava
some time in the near future along with some other features we're thinking of.



Good to hear! Thanks

 
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askjsgksjafd I'm looking for a particular thread right now and this feature would be very very useful.

bump.

 
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3rd September, 2011 at 23:20:48 -

I would like this feature too.

Surely something temporary could be put up, forgetting the paging for now.

 
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10th January, 2012 at 15:06:05 -

aklsjhalksgflsdBUMP

I was just looking for an old thread for an example file that someone posted and it would've been a lot quicker to go to that member's profile and click on the forum post than to use the DC search.

 
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