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******* - Members Pagination by Alphabetical [Deleted]

Discussion in 'Add-on Releases' started by Brivium, Mar 7, 2014.

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  1. Brivium

    Brivium Well-Known Member

    ******* submitted a new resource:

    ******* - Members Pagination by Alphabetical - Adds a list of alphabetical links to jump to the the page showing members starting with that letter.

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  2. Rain man

    Rain man Member

    Hello. How can I add support for Cyrillic characters? :)
     
    Last edited: Mar 7, 2014
  3. CaptainMorgan

    CaptainMorgan Active Member

    I'm curious though why you noted there was a "visible branding"... since I can't see it on the pages ... Works as intended. Thank you.
     
  4. Floyd R Turbo

    Floyd R Turbo Well-Known Member

    Been looking for this!!!!
     
  5. SuperHeroVN

    SuperHeroVN Member

    Please up for 1.4
     
  6. Floyd R Turbo

    Floyd R Turbo Well-Known Member

    Hey @*******, 2 things that I would like to see change on this addon (which I really like, BTW)

    1) It seems to only work on the "notable members" tabs, and if you have a lot of members, you can only see the first 20 of any alpha you choose. Should be able to see them all, but is this a XF core limitation or can this be tweaked by the addon?

    2) I would like to be able to see all members (Registered members) sorted by alpha, and again, not limited to the first 20 like under the Notable Members tabs.
     
  7. Floyd R Turbo

    Floyd R Turbo Well-Known Member

    Well drrr I just now realized that the "registered members" list is already alpha sorted....but it would still be really sweet if you could jump to the letter in the alphabet that you are interested in. I have 89 pages of members and if I want to look for one that starts with a "P" I have to jump page by page. If you could search for a member by a string, it wouldn't be an issue.
     
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