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Mr Bigman 07-12-09 09:14 PM

Whos Where
 
I think we need to know not only who is online but where their at.

It shows how many people are viewing a thread but you don't know who they are or if their just roaming or members.

I say show them as to who is browsing in the forum by numbers of logged on members in a topic area also with who is roaming that topic.

makes good sence for guys like me who i can see if their maybe just reading the post or going to comment about what i say or what anyone says.

ViN86 07-12-09 09:32 PM

Re: Whos Where
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Mr Bigman (Post 2046037)
I think we need to know not only who is online but where their at.

It shows how many people are viewing a thread but you don't know who they are or if their just roaming or members.

I say show them as to who is browsing in the forum by numbers of logged on members in a topic area also with who is roaming that topic.

makes good sence for guys like me who i can see if their maybe just reading the post or going to comment about what i say or what anyone says.

In each thread it says which users are viewing it at the bottom.

If you're referring to a message on the main forum screen, then is there a script for it already written or do you plan on writing the script yourself? Cause I doubt MikeC is going to be programming one :lol:

Mr Bigman 07-12-09 09:50 PM

Re: Whos Where
 
It shows who is online in the main forum but in subject areas it shows who is viewing so how do you know who is viewing among the say 39 or 1 in Home Theater section.

If it shows Nekrosoft viewing in say the windows section than can asure he might comment their and one thing i do like is recent comments are in bold so put names at bottom of each topic area besides the worms who just are roaming.

ViN86 07-12-09 10:00 PM

Re: Whos Where
 
With so many people online, how would you display so much information in such a small area? Also, who is programming this script? :lol:


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