This user is offline.Green Plastic Skywalker
I understand not displaying user's post count next to their avatar, that make sense to me. But why not let us see a users post history, or thread history?
For example, over at fanedit.org when you click on a users profile you have the ability to view all of their posts and all the threads they've created in the past. Here's my profile, and those links are under the picture to the left, right after "send private message".
I agree that post counts shouldn't matter, but I think post history does, and it would be beneficial to be able to see what someone's post history is, or to see what kind of threads they've created in the past.
Sorry if this has been suggested in the past, but I couldn't find anything about it.
This user is offline.See You, Space Cowboy...
VBulletin/InvisionBoard series software is currently more advanced than Jay's editor, mainly because this is a one-man job compared to the others which probably has a gargantuan team working on it. I'd bet that's on the (insurmountable) to-do list for this one.
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IT'S MY TRILOGY, AND I WANT IT NOW!
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This user is online.Ointment Fly
My solution to thread creation:
Not terribly elegant but it gets the job done. Anyway, waiting for an update to the forum is like waiting for Stinky-Dinkins to come back, or Rob, or Lando Lakes, or trannysurprise, or...
This user is offline.Just a simple man
I too would like to be able to view at least my own post history. I don't care about others. It helps me to make sure I don't repeat myself within a certain thread, for example.
Hopefully we can see this in the future. Thanks.
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