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Jande From Max: Last Chance for Mudcat Changes (148* d) RE: From Max: Last Chance for Mudcat Changes 30 Jul 01


Voyager.... You can already type your response in Notepad and insert.(If I understand what you mean..?)

Max (& associates)...

1) Would it be possible/desirable to put the name of the thread's originator in a column on the main threads page?
Quite often, I have almost missed a really good thread with a "strange" title because my time is limited. For example, some of Rick Fieldings(SP?) music threads like the one titled "What the F is going on at mudcat?". If I had known it was by Rick I would have clicked on it deliberately rather than because my hand slipped. :`)

2) For those people, like myself, who often use the 'Cat from public places (libraries, etc) or work, but would like to log in normally (so we can Trace threads or read our PMs) with the "reset cookie" option, but don't want to leave the cookie behind when we leave, I'd like to have a "remove cookie" button or menu item?

3) this one is for pure laziness... but could there be a check-box that adds our signature auto-magically in the text-box?

The ideas people have suggested and that you are implementing sound like wonderful upgrades to an already wonderful environment. Thanks!

~ Jande


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