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  # 661237 24-Jul-2012 20:03
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freitasm: Fixed, thanks.

Not showing the user names on that list, intentionally - until we can establish the actual load in our SQL process with a bit more accuracy.

Yeah, I was wondering how the query would be impacting the database. Not a simple one I imagine.

page loads quite quickly, so with that pretty crude yard stick, it seems to be doing ok.


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# 661243 24-Jul-2012 20:05
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Nice work - like it!


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  # 661244 24-Jul-2012 20:05
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It's not complex as it requires quite a few reads - lucky we have 100% cache hit and the DB is running in memory. Still, reads are reads. The names are not essentials as it is to know that a discussion you've "touched" (created, replied to or are watching) has been updated recently...

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  # 668606 6-Aug-2012 21:42
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I also like the sidebar info. Excellent.

Another feature I find great is the little red "New" icon on the posts in the thread that haven't been read yet. Makes it easy to quick scroll to the start of the new posts.

Great improvements.


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  # 670152 9-Aug-2012 15:54
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I use this list now and then to refer to topics I have created in the past.

The change is good - but finding topics I created in the past is no longer possible.

I use search, but if I'm looking for a particular response to a particular thread that does not come to mind immediately the old list was a great way of finding it.

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