New Forum Structure

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Jamie, 29 Jun 2007.

  1. oddball walking

    oddball walking ...!

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    Same here, there actually handy.
     
  2. GuardianStorm

    GuardianStorm Active Member

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    i like them too :), my only want is a method of selecting more than one tag to view, without hacking the url...
     
  3. Glider

    Glider /dev/null

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    Now where's the modding spirit in that? ;) But I agree, there should be an option to do that easily
     
  4. GuardianStorm

    GuardianStorm Active Member

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    i just made some bookmarks that link to the selections i like :)
     
  5. DougEdey

    DougEdey I pwn all your storage

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    I'm working on one atm.
     
  6. cjmUK

    cjmUK Old git.

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    Ah... I see.

    I take back all my criticisms - these new forums don't have any rough edges, they are merely an ingenious modding challenge.
     
  7. DougEdey

    DougEdey I pwn all your storage

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    RTT wants to train me in teh ninj0r skillz of user-scripting. That's all, direct all anger to RTT
     
  8. completemadness

    completemadness New Member

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    MultiTagging needs to be fixed, but in general the site is pretty OK, i still think it needs a bit more segregation though ...
     
  9. cjmUK

    cjmUK Old git.

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    So the site isn't really OK? The tagging and the breakdown and content of forums is still a problem in your eyes?

    I wish people would put aside their loyalty to BT for a moment. The site is still good enough to appeal to us all despite the gripes that some of us may have, but it doesn't mean that it couldnt be better. And the things that come up time and time again are the bling tags & tagging and the combining of too many topic areas into one forum...

    IMHO if these were fixed, BT would the dogs-danglies.
     
  10. completemadness

    completemadness New Member

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    I said it was pretty OK, apart from those 2 flaws, i don't see anything else wrong with it

    Just multitagging, ie using 2 filters at once, we shouldn't have to lol hax it via the address

    I'm not really loyal to BT at all, i try not to say stuff like its complete crap lolol change it back now!!!
    And just general flaming leads to a ban, constructive criticism (should) go(es) a lot further

    The content certainly makes up for the shortcomings, yes

    If there was somewhere else that did good concise and usually mildly amusing news, as well as project logs to the BT standard, i can tell you i wouldn't be visiting Bit-Tech (assuming said forum didn't have the same shortcomings)

    it would be pretty good, but there are other places i prefer - if im being honest
     
  11. Arthur2Sheds

    Arthur2Sheds Jackson

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    Wouldn't really be loyalty then, would it?

    :p
     
  12. cjmUK

    cjmUK Old git.

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    Lol... Good point! [Damn you :wallbash:]

    Perhaps I should have said that loyalty can also be demonstrated by seeking to make the best of BT, rather than simply not wanting to criticise...
     
  13. DougEdey

    DougEdey I pwn all your storage

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    Just finished:

    http://www.voidedwarranty.co.uk/Greasemonkey/bitMultiFilters.user.js

    Greasemonkey or opera userscripting.

    Just select the tags you want with the check box on the right then click "Get Tags".

    It's very much hacked together because I don't have a lot of spare time at the moment.
     
  14. GuardianStorm

    GuardianStorm Active Member

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    Cool script Doug, thanks :)
     
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