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Elmy

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Just wondering, how about auto-refreshing list_forum.asp after x mins ?

For some who replies in a new window, and using another window to browse a particular forum, I do feel its nice to have. Of course, its just my own preference.

Others how ?

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skaven

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What would be a good refresh interval?

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Elmy

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IMHO, I'd prefer 2 mins. I think any lesser would be quite irritating.

How about having it customizable under 'preferences' ? This way, JawBreaker can continue to be a very personalized forum.



BTW, for editing posts, any reason why the check for the 'poster' is done later ? Its interesting to give an impression that anyone can edit anyone's posts but will be let known that its actually otherwise.


This message was edited by Elmy on 09 Jan 2001 05:02 AM

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skaven

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quote:
Originally posted by Elmy:
BTW, for editing posts, any reason why the check for the 'poster' is done later ? Its interesting to give an impression that anyone can edit anyone's posts but will be let known that its actually otherwise.

ahh, the same ans to most qn... sessions. Anyway, I've found that newer version of PHP4 solves alot of session restriction (abt session_cache_limiter). In this sense, I'll be able use session data on almost all pages and not afraid of being "too dynamic". Orignally, a call to session_start() force a refresh, which i do not like for pages that are always read.
Thanks for pointing all these out.

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Elmy

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Sessions management is improving version by version. Its great IMHO.

I don't think its hard on the server to do session checks on hard-hit pages. However, having said that, you do know Skyline better.

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