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Old June 28th, 2004, 04:58 PM
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Hello,

Your site is great, I like the new look to it. I would recommend one thing though. When you log in, and the quick links are on the side for your information (Edit your P2p profile, View Subscriptions, etc.), you should also link to the member profile which has the most recent posts.

For example, http://p2p.wrox.com/pop_profile.asp?mode=display&id=970. I use those top 10 most recent posts frequently, and it doesn't seem as if there is a convenient way to get to it.

Just a thought. Let me know if I missed something.

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This sounds good to me.... I have a similar idea that serves basically the same purpose: a different folder icon for topics you have posted in. Is this possible, and, bmains, would this help you?

As with bmains, still just a thought.

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 Hello,

Your site is great, I like the new look to it.  I would recommend one thing though.  When you log in, and the quick links are on the side for your information (Edit your P2p profile, View Subscriptions, etc.), you should also link to the member profile which has the most recent posts.

For example, http://p2p.wrox.com/pop_profile.asp?...lay&id=970.  I use those top 10 most recent posts frequently, and it doesn't seem as if there is a convenient way to get to it.

Just a thought.  Let me know if I missed something.

Thanks,

Brian
Have you used the "View Active Topics" link in the Forum Tools navigation bar? This sounds like what you're looking for. It will show you new and/or active topics since your last login, or whatever period you like. Clicking on the member name in the listing will take you to that member's profile page.

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Hello,

Well, these are slightly two different things, but are on the same line:

View Active Topics - View all active topics where I haven't posted
Member Profile - View most recent posts by me

The member profile allows me to follow up on my most recent posts. Snib's idea is not bad, although a possible tweak of it is to color the active topics differently that I've posted in in the active topics page, or mark it somehow.

Just a thought,

Brian
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