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Lack of interest Add Pagination to Notable Members

Amaury

Well-known member
#1
Right now you can only view the top 20 people for most messages, most likes, etc. However, I think it would be useful if those things were paginated so you could go to the lowest number. It would be 20 per page.

Something like this:
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Chris D

XenForo developer
Staff member
#2
Spoiler tags are for spoilers. Not for every image you want to add to a post. There's no benefit to doing that.
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#3
Spoiler tags are for spoilers. Not for every image you want to add to a post. There's no benefit to doing that.
I'm being considerate so people don't have to scroll down a lot through large images, especially since I now insert them as full images because they have better quality. :)
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#4
Embed them as a thumbnail.
The spoilers are tedious and I have started not bothering to click them now.
 

Daniel Hood

Well-known member
#5
You could always not insert them. Then they'd appear as thumbnails at the bottom and if they want to see the full version then they can by clicking it.

As for the actual idea, I don't see a point. It's supposed to be the most notable, not a full list.
 

Amaury

Well-known member
#6
Embed them as a thumbnail.
The spoilers are tedious and I have started not bothering to click them now.
Well, if using them is going to make people not look at them, I guess I should stop. :p

I'm sorry? I think?

Although on a personal note, how exactly are they tedious? Wouldn't it be more tedious to scroll through, say, 15 images that were inserted as full images?

You could always not insert them. Then they'd appear as thumbnails at the bottom and if they want to see the full version then they can by clicking it.

As for the actual idea, I don't see a point. It's supposed to be the most notable, not a full list.
That still reduces quality, but it's totes whatevs. :) I'll just stop using spoiler tags.

Anyway, maybe as an option, then, that's off by default?
 

Daniel Hood

Well-known member
#7
That still reduces quality, but it's totes whatevs. :) I'll just stop using spoiler tags.

Anyway, maybe as an option, then, that's off by default?
I don't think it does. It reduces the quality a little bit on the thumbnail which I expect on every thumbnail, ever. When I click the thumbnail to view the full image it will be in the original quality. If it's not because it's too big for the light box then I can click the arrow and view the real full image. Just saying, you can use the thumbnails and it really not effect anything in normal situations. I don't recommend using it for your professionally edited wedding pictures, but feel free to use it for bug reports and examples of suggested features lol.