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'Today' and 'Yesterday' rather than the date?

Postby RayL » Wed Sep 23, 2009 8:10 am

As a lot of people check this site every day, would it be possible for messages to be shown as 'Today' and 'Yesterday' rather than the actual date?. We've had that feature in the past and it makes it easier when skimming down a list of threads.

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Re: 'Today' and 'Yesterday' rather than the date?

Postby alanbakewell » Wed Sep 23, 2009 8:17 am

RayL wrote:As a lot of people check this site every day, would it be possible for messages to be shown as 'Today' and 'Yesterday' rather than the actual date?. We've had that feature in the past and it makes it easier when skimming down a list of threads.

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That's a good idea Ray. However, what I've always done with other sites, given they have the facility, and indeed with this one now, is simply to click on "New Posts".

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Re: 'Today' and 'Yesterday' rather than the date?

Postby RayL » Wed Sep 23, 2009 9:08 am

Point taken, Alan. I just prefer to see messages in the context of their different sections.

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Re: 'Today' and 'Yesterday' rather than the date?

Postby alanbakewell » Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:33 am

And there's nothing wrong with that Ray. There's no right or wrong way to view the site.

The important thing is that the site is here and thanks to Bob for a fine job. ( That rhymes, I could put chords to it ). :D

The ongoing important thing is the quality of the contributions on all the boards.

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