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  Reply # 208662 22-Apr-2009 20:17
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tonyhughes:
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freitasm: Even so we still get lots of posts everyday completely in the wrong topic


Somedays I do wonder how some people put pants on correctly, and how they know which shoe goes on which foot...

/end pointless rant.

Pants are optional this week anyhoo.


Oh bugga, I thought that this week it was wear your clown shoes week.


At the risk of this becoming too social, how much information do people want to provide? What benefit is there to being able to search through all the people who have registered, but never said anything, and have not logged on in years?

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  Reply # 209008 24-Apr-2009 12:39
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ascroft: Also how do I hide my friends latest activities on the home page (when logged in)?


You can now go to your profile page and update it to show or hide yor friends' activities from the frontpage.

The search is coming soon.





 
 
 
 




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Reply # 209042 24-Apr-2009 14:47
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ascroft: MF - how can this be made more user friendly?? You could scrowl through 900 pages of whatever (well done by the way!), but wondering if it could have a search feature on it - a list all people who are trusted, live in Hawkes Bay and are very tall........


I have added the search option to the user list page. I have limited search to username, first name, last name and country.

I've decided not to add the city because it would be too easy to narrow down individuals (although a bit of work on White Pages would probably get you the same results).





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