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Started by Jonesy125, January 09, 2013, 04:43:16 AM

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Arantor

That mod from Nibogo has had barely 5000 downloads - in almost 4 YEARS. That figure is total downloads for all versions since it was added to the mod site, and 1250 downloads a year doesn't strike me as that vital.
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Jonesy125

It's a mod that doesn't work...  ???

qICEp

Quote from: Jonesy125 on January 18, 2013, 12:04:47 AM
It's a mod that doesn't work...  ???
Actually its works but its useless...i mean its useless as mod not future...

Kindred

lol....  the mod is useless?

Seems to work just fine on my test board.
Albeit, I had to hit one point of manual install...
and I did remove the  TYPE=MyISAM $UTFData from db_prefix.php


However, as alreayd indiecated, discussion of the mod belongs in the support thread for the mod, not here.

Also, as alreayd indicated, since the mod works, and is not incredibly popular, I don't see the need of this as a feature. :)
Please do not PM, IM or Email me with support questions.  You will get better and faster responses in the support boards.  Thank you.

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Arantor

I've thought about this a lot lately, about implementing it, about not implementing it.

Doing it as a mod is very difficult because you really need to do this everywhere that you're dealing with topics, and it's not like there's a standard 'fetch these topics' method that can be extended.

On the other hand, there is a need for some users to have it - and if it could be done properly it would be a nice feature.

I can see the use for it here, but as I said, we could use icons to indicate much the same thing. Honestly I could see us adding it if we removed per-post icons.
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