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Constructive Criticism

Postby DPCSDan » Sat Mar 27, 2004 3:58 pm

Here's where we'll entertain website complaints, constructive criticism and What-the-heck questions.

If you feel you can justify a new "thread folder", enter the suggestion in this folder.

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Postby ajensen » Sun Mar 28, 2004 9:41 am

Looking pretty good so far. Not sure why the subject did not appear on this reply.
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Postby DP2 » Mon Mar 29, 2004 12:23 pm

Fourm looks good.. ony thing that I see so far is a spell check for new posts and replys.
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Postby DPCSDan » Mon Mar 29, 2004 3:52 pm

I think spellcheck costs money. :shock:
I'll check into it.
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Postby Tsannik » Tue Mar 30, 2004 12:31 am

I think spellcheck costs money.
I'll check into it.



Huh???!??! costs money..... We're DPs! We can just find someone who has it and copy it........I mean.... yeah... Ah....


Make archival offsite evaluation backups...... that's what I mean...


The only addition I'd ask for is to add the ranks that we wore on our arms in the avatar gallery.... yeah, I want to put that chevron by my name when I post....

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Yeah, I know I really didn't get DP1 before I left the Navy because I only had 2 months left... but I took and passed the test...I made that rank....

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Postby DPCSDan » Wed Mar 31, 2004 9:12 am

Avatars now available.
Top right of panel, click on "Profile", scroll down to Avatar "Show Gallery",
select one you like and click on the "dot" below the picture. Click on Select Avatar.
Then click on submit at bottom of page.

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Postby DPC Beebe » Fri Apr 23, 2004 6:49 pm

Bravo Zulu! Great site.
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Re: Constructive Criticism

Postby DPCM MARTY LAFAVE » Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:04 am

What do you think about having the latest post appear at the top of the list. Sort inversely by date of post so the latest is right there, just a suggestion, I am having more time to look at the site now that I'm retired.
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Marty L.
HI, ALL YOU OLD MA/DP'S. I FINALLY FOUND THIS SITE. I CONVERTED IN 1966 FROM SK TO MA AND RETIRED IN 1991 AS A DPCM. I SEE SOME NAMES THAT I SERVED WITH AND I GIVE A SHOUT OUT TO THEM. TAKE CARE WILL CHAT WITH YOU LATER.

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Re: Constructive Criticism

Postby DPCSDan » Thu Jan 31, 2013 10:07 am

DPCM MARTY LAFAVE wrote:What do you think about having the latest post appear at the top of the list. Sort inversely by date of post so the latest is right there, just a suggestion, I am having more time to look at the site now that I'm retired.
Sincerely,
Marty L.

Excellent idea, Marty.
Each member can scroll to the bottom of the topic page and make sure the display sequence is marked as (All Posts-Post Time-Descending) order and click on "Go"
That will re-sequence the posts for your ID.
I couldn't locate a master setting that would do this for the entire board. Actually, this isn't even a permanent change, it must be done every time, even after one new post. Sorry for an incomplete response.
When I get more time I'll visit the PhbBB user's forum to see what I can find.
-dan


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