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Update to Recent Topics

Hello All,

As you can see there was a update to the Recent Topics list (located on the right side of the page). This was a result of some various input from members that desired to have some way to identify what type of topic is being listed. So I have added in an initial trial version that now includes icons!

The following is a small legend to help members understand the various content types that could be displayed :

NEWS
CONTENT
FORUM POST
GAME JOURNAL
IMAGE
BLOG

Comments

I find the tool is good to

I find the tool is good to use in every case. Dave you have plotted it very well. I appreciate your work. Keep on and see whats next...!

Legend

Thanks! I had no idea what most of these stood for. Would be great if this legend was permanently affixed to the upper-right corner of the home page or something. Or perhaps right above a link to each of these six section indices, if there is such a thing (i. e., if you click on N=News you go to a list of the most recent News items).

kj wrote:Thanks! I had no

kj wrote:
Thanks! I had no idea what most of these stood for. Would be great if this legend was permanently affixed to the upper-right corner of the home page or something. Or perhaps right above a link to each of these six section indices, if there is such a thing (i. e., if you click on N=News you go to a list of the most recent News items).

It is on the front page, in the middle of the center content area.

Very nice feature.

Very nice feature.

Very nice, Dave ... great

Very nice, Dave ... great work!

-Matt

Very nice touch.

These make the sidebars much more useful and informative.

Pretty darn nifty. I'm

Pretty darn nifty. I'm interested to see how it pans out. Thanks for implementing it!

Great job!

I like it a lot, both visually and based on functionality. Thanks, Dave!

Nice. And what I like even

Nice. And what I like even more that I didn't realise 'til now is that the recent topics column doesn't disappear when you read a thread like on the v2.0.

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