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    Dev Shed has really come a long way since I first joined. It is nice to see the visitor base has increased heavily.

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    Originally Posted by HyTekJosh
    Dev Shed has really come a long way since I first joined.
    It's changed a lot since I joined... a lot lot lot....

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    I wasn't sure where to stick this, so I'll just tack it on this thread....

    I noticed that a user's warning level is displayed beneath their postcount and stuff publically, in bright red....

    Does this neccessarily need to be public info? I mean, if you pick up a warning, who wan't is broadcast over the whole forum? If it remains public, it should at least not be displayed consistantly whenever the user posts.... and definately not be in bright red, if that's possible
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    Hmm... B-Con's worried... why would that be...?

    Yeah - should really give people the benefit of the doubt. Maybe put it on the usercp, or just make it mod only.

    One feature I would love to see added, is that when a user gets banned, they get a sig and an avatar - "I'm a Troll - ignore me".

    Maybe should also have a "last troll $user was banned on $date for $abuse" on the front page (by the current users online / newest user is / etc bit).

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    Originally Posted by SimonGreenhill
    Hmm... B-Con's worried... why would that be...?
    the only thing I have to worry about is Edwin getting confused and accidentally giving me a warning when he actually meant to add to my reputation
    Last edited by B-Con; January 30th, 2005 at 10:03 PM.
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    I like the optimistic use of the word 'accidentally' there mate!
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    Do mods or anyone else get to see who has spent the most time on the forums -> like in one page like the members list?
    Last edited by jabba_29; January 31st, 2005 at 02:15 PM.

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    I don't think so, it might be possible though - I'll investigate.
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    Originally Posted by B-Con
    the only thing I have to worry about is Edwin getting confused and accidentally giving me a warning when he actually meant to add to my reputation
    Why would I ever want to give you reputation?

    [edit]
    Oh of course, I can give negative reputation...
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    Originally Posted by jabba_29
    Do mods or anyone else get to see who has spent the most time on the forums -> like in one page like the members list?
    The admins say this isn't currently possible however once they have other hacks working they will look into doing something like that...
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    Originally Posted by edwinbrains
    Why would I ever want to give you reputation?

    [edit]
    Oh of course, I can give negative reputation...
    why? because of my obvious wit, intellegence, and sophisicated humor techniques that I employ daily at the forum to make it a better more content-filled place


    and, of course, the fact that I am willing to tongue wash your car on a moment's notice
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    Originally Posted by B-Con
    and, of course, the fact that I am willing to tongue wash your car on a moment's notice
    He's your admin not your dungeon master... have some self respect
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    Originally Posted by B-Con
    why? because of my obvious wit, intellegence, and sophisicated humor techniques that I employ daily at the forum to make it a better more content-filled place


    and, of course, the fact that I am willing to tongue wash your car on a moment's notice
    3 issues:

    1) Edwin doesn't have a car. He can't even drive.
    2) He lives in Midlands, England not USA.
    3) You're a little strange

    oh, and 4) edwin isn't an admin - thank God!

    comp
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    Originally Posted by computer
    3 issues:

    1) Edwin doesn't have a car. He can't even drive.
    2) He lives in Midlands, England not USA.
    3) You're a little strange

    oh, and 4) edwin isn't an admin - thank God!

    comp
    1) His bike, then
    2) He should move to Canada
    3) You betcha
    4) He isn't? oh, nm then, deal's off, edwin.... back to insulting your troll-like behavior....
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