Tagging Other Members

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Desdichado

Senior Member
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I think it would be cool if we could tag other people on here twitter or fb style so they know when they've been mentioned in a thread.

"Like @Sovereigngrace, check out this poem!"
 
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Tinuviel

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People tend to use the like button for that. I've literally had someone like something to get my attention, bash my post, than unlike the post after I've responded :D. Whatever floats your boat.
 
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GaryA

Guest
#3
I think it would be cool if we could tag other people on here twitter or fb style so they know when they've been mentioned in a thread.

"Like @Sovereigngrace, check out this poem!"
Something like that should be easy enough to implement... :cool:


People tend to use the like button for that. I've literally had someone like something to get my attention, bash my post, than unlike the post after I've responded :D. Whatever floats your boat.
Don't worry, honey -- I don't plan to bash your post - or 'unlike' it, either... :D
 
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Ain't gonna happen. The broken parts of this forum never get fixed, let alone something like that.
 

Ugly

Senior Member
Apr 19, 2011
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#5
The tagging has been brought up before. If I recall correctly the base software the sites built on doesn't support it.
Perhaps that wasn't the reason, but it was said it wasn't an option.
 

Ugly

Senior Member
Apr 19, 2011
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People tend to use the like button for that. I've literally had someone like something to get my attention, bash my post, than unlike the post after I've responded :D. Whatever floats your boat.
I get people using rep. Since its anonymous they leave nasty messages through the rep. A rather cowardly and disrespectful act, I believe. People of low character and such.
 
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Tinuviel

Guest
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I get people using rep. Since its anonymous they leave nasty messages through the rep. A rather cowardly and disrespectful act, I believe. People of low character and such.
I've heard others complain of this. Fortunately, I've never experienced it. Rep shouldn't be anonymous, IMHO.
 

Oncefallen

Idiot in Chief
Staff member
Jan 15, 2011
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I've heard others complain of this. Fortunately, I've never experienced it. Rep shouldn't be anonymous, IMHO.
It isn't completely anonymous.

It is possible for someone to leave a rep comment so that the recipient does not know from whom it came, however, if someone were to abuse the feature it is possible for Admin to look up who sent the "anonymous" comment.
 

Ugly

Senior Member
Apr 19, 2011
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It isn't completely anonymous.

It is possible for someone to leave a rep comment so that the recipient does not know from whom it came, however, if someone were to abuse the feature it is possible for Admin to look up who sent the "anonymous" comment.
I asked about that previously, and was told by an admin there was no way to look them up. Grrrr
 
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Tinuviel

Guest
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It isn't completely anonymous.

It is possible for someone to leave a rep comment so that the recipient does not know from whom it came, however, if someone were to abuse the feature it is possible for Admin to look up who sent the "anonymous" comment.
That's very helpful! I'm glad to know that.
 
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People tend to use the like button for that. I've literally had someone like something to get my attention, bash my post, than unlike the post after I've responded :D. Whatever floats your boat.
There are some that really like someone's post and then later on disagree with the post and are not ashamed to remove the like and then there are some that like the post and will not remove a like even If Its apparent that the post Is In error.
 
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wwjd_kilden

Guest
#12
*touches Des*

Tag! You're it!

*runs*