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Lack of Interest "and one other person like this"

Discussion in 'Closed Suggestions' started by rellek, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. rellek

    rellek Well-Known Member

    I think this should be changed. If there is a post where we have

    User A, User B, User C and one other person like this.

    it would be shorter (in most cases) to display

    User A, User B, User C and User D like this.

    Once User E like that stuff too, I'd make sense to go with the number:

    User A, User B, User C and 2 others like this.
     
    Sukrams likes this.
  2. TLMD

    TLMD Active Member

    Makes sense, since "and one other person" consumes even more space than "and user D". On the other hand, based on importance, does changing this add any value to either the function itself or XF as a product?
     
  3. rellek

    rellek Well-Known Member

    Well, I guess it enhances the usability a little bit. It's kinda unhappy that you have to click a link and find that forth name in the layer when you don't even save space for that.

    I'm sure this is very unimportant for XenForo as the entire thing, but I guess it doesn't hurt to at least mention this and see what others say, right?
     
  4. Amaury

    Amaury Well-Known Member

    It's fine as is.
     
  5. TLMD

    TLMD Active Member

    That never hurts, thus my question. ;)
     
  6. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Going from three members being displayed, then to four and back to three (with a link) seems inconsistent to me.

    The visible member link count should not reduce IMO.
     
    Amaury likes this.
  7. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    There's also a bit of added code complexity to accomplish this.
     
    Amaury likes this.
  8. whynot

    whynot Well-Known Member

    To me it's not important to see immediately who liked it, the names could be all hidden.
    X member(s) like this.
    Clicking on X could reveal all the names.
     

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