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Noite Escura Sep 04, 2001, 10:10am EDT Report Abuse
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I really loved the new looking! Keep it going Vitaliy!

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Rhort Sep 05, 2001, 05:03am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
Definitely like to see that blank/titleless topics screener.

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joestyles Dec 28, 2001, 01:39am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
I am new here so i might have missed it but a search engine to help find different posts would be nice.

Rhort Jan 03, 2002, 04:20am EST Report Abuse
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Hey, that WOULD be quite a good idea!

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Brian Hall Jan 05, 2002, 12:20pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
Search is a BIGGIE. Also, edit the way Word can do it would be interesting; that is, with "strikeout" lines through the original copy, along with the corrected version. This would take care of the "hit and run" editors. ;)

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NickName Jan 09, 2002, 06:24pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
These forums have made incredible progress from what they used to be.

Good job Vitaliy.

joestyles Feb 14, 2002, 02:54pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
I have been considering to sugest this for a bit now, and I've finaly decided to do so.

What I sugest is an area for acticles. These articles I had in mind would consist of descriptions, expanded definitions and instructions. The main focus on computer information: electronics, physics,chemistry.
For example, acrtiles on PSU, power usage, dc current would have helped he people suffering from the k7s5a mobo problems or alesat gave a better understanding.

People join this site because usualy they have a problem and get information to slove their problems. After that, some don't come back untill they have another problem, while others stay. My point here is that there is an information base for this site in people and it is growing. I think that some of the members would be more than happy to submit an arctile.

With more information available, the more traffic the site will recieve.

If this was a go, there could be posted the general format to keep all articles consistant in the way information is presented.

I think that this is a great idea


Ralph Bacon Sep 18, 2002, 04:30pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
How about a way to unsubscribe from emails from a forum?

Like, right now.

Not that my Outlook is complaining about 500+ mails a day or anything.

I just don't have a life left after reading all the stuff.

Should I still tick that box that says "Send me an email when someone posts a reply to this message"?

Has that something to do with it?

HELP ME!

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john riebel Sep 18, 2002, 06:39pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
also another idea, a people search. like i hear about a memeber in one furom, and i'd like to read other post by that person, do a search ad it tells me in what forums they've posted.

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oz funghi Sep 19, 2002, 03:57am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
I would really say: a laptop forum on the main topics page!
wouldn't you John? :)

no really, way too little info and forums on laptops on the net :(

Norbert Fried Sep 19, 2002, 04:29am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
A search engine that returns all the posts that discuss a specific topic from all the forums/groups.
For example, one wants to find all posts regarding a specific topic.

P.S. I think that this is a great site, and probably a must see before buying new hardware components ...

Caveman017 Feb 16, 2003, 10:43pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
-spell check,
-avaitars,
-Spamming Countermeasures. Like if a user click twice accidently the econd will be ignored and a feature that disbales blank and titleless posts/topics.
-Preview 2 or 3 last posts when replying
-be able to edit your posts

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Brandon G.

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Mathiau Feb 17, 2003, 05:45am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
A way to stop double posts!!


when you hit "post" people, leave it for a second - just cause u are on an OC3 connection does not mean that your connection from your computer TO this server is blazing fast - as other ISP's in between can affect your speed.

so, relax for a min, look at the progress bar in IE - see if it is moving, if it is, it is going to post your message in all due time!

:D

Mathiau Feb 17, 2003, 05:46am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
Well, from readin over what people want, you should just go buy a VB board..lol

:D

BlackHawk Apr 01, 2003, 07:07pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
New forum for overclocking/cooling. Eliminating double posts, allowing you to edit your posts, and spell-checker would be nice too.

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Rhort Apr 02, 2003, 05:02am EST Report Abuse
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Tommie Harris Apr 04, 2003, 09:51am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
A search is a great idea !!!
It sure would save me a lot of time if I could find the posts that relate to my question.

Rhort Apr 05, 2003, 03:27am EST Report Abuse
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ROY G Apr 05, 2003, 09:16pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: What new features would you like to see in these forums?
Cooling and OCin


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