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    Hey there Patrick,
    Sure! https://plus.google.com/101496316509...54/posts/p/pub Fare warning, I'm not on there much. Mostly just promoting my forum. Maybe I'll start getting on there more, though.
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    Consider yourself circled Lee Roy. CadTutor sorry for the brief threadjack.
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    Well I'll put my vote in for no FaceBook integration what-so-ever!
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    My $0.02...
    Great forum...I like checking in an trying to answer questions before some of the 'demi-gods' (Styke, Remark, Jack, SLW, etc...you guys are awesome!)

    1. I would like to see a way to sort the new posts by number of responses...I try to help those that have few to no responses first.

    2. Is there a way to change the way the post appears if/when the issue has been answered/solved for the OP? It would be nice to know when a problem has been resolved at a glance.

    Just a couple of thoughts...If I think of anything else, I will post again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill_borec View Post
    1. I would like to see a way to sort the new posts by number of responses...I try to help those that have few to no responses first.
    Not sure how possible that is in vB without a custom add-on. A quick glance through my AdminCP (vB 4.2.0-2) and I'm not seeing anything right off. Not to say the setting isn't there, I'm just not seeing it at this moment.

    IPB, of course, will be different as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by bill_borec View Post
    2. Is there a way to change the way the post appears if/when the issue has been answered/solved for the OP? It would be nice to know when a problem has been resolved at a glance.
    The original poster (OP) could always edit their original post noting that the issue has been solved. If permissions are set to allow it (default is no), the OP can also change the title of the thread to include something to effect of "-SOLVED" to the end.

    -EDIT-
    Just checked, CADTutor does allow the OP to edit the title of the thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill_borec View Post
    1. I would like to see a way to sort the new posts by number of responses...I try to help those that have few to no responses first.
    Good idea but not easy to implement - it's certainly not something that's available out of the box.

    Quote Originally Posted by bill_borec View Post
    2. Is there a way to change the way the post appears if/when the issue has been answered/solved for the OP? It would be nice to know when a problem has been resolved at a glance.
    A really good idea. It is possible to implement a system of thread title prefixes so that questions can be flagged as "Solved" or whatever. I think we should do this.
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    I know absolutely nothing about all of this, but it seems strange to me that the thread VIEWS and the RESPONSES counts can't be broken into separate columns of data, enabling sorting by either independently?
    Last edited by Dadgad; 25th Jul 2012 at 06:48 am.
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    If it were only that easy. (It's not)

    PHP mixed with Java mixed with HTML all make up each and every page. Not to mention it's a SQL database being queried.

    As stated previously, possible but not easy by any means. There are a lot of templates, css' and php files to be changed/updated. Something like that is best left to a vB developer who has years of doing such modifications under their belt. There may already be one, but Admin already stated they're looking at IPB, which is different altogether.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CADTutor View Post
    The fish is definitely staying
    What is the meaning of the fish in this site. As a technical forum which deals with drawing and design I was expecting a more technical icon and not a nature one.
    If there is no strong reason for keeping fish I would vote for a more technical icon.

    I don't use facebook and twitter so I have no comment on them.
    Regarding searching options, I am not satisfied with present searching tool and any improvment which could lead me to what I am looking for, would be great.

    Tutorials are also a great want. There are too many similar questions which beginners face. If they could be summarized and published as tutorials, it could help beginners and decrease the number of similar questions like difference between paper space and model space, dimension styles, plotting issues and so on.

    Galleries also would be nice and also having a downloadable blocks library is a good idea.

    BTW who are the manpower behind this upgrade? Is CADTutor alone or some members will help him?
    Good lock to CADTutor.

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    I like the fish. Makes my boss think I'm on a fishing site reading up on stuff. He likes to fish. Can you say Win/Win? I think so.

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