watadoo
  •  watadoo
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2009-03-03T13:48:38Z
a nice feature would be the ability to navigate to a user's posts from their profile. As is I can see that user xyz has made one post but i have no way in which to find and view that post.

cases:1 the obvious one in which I see a new user has posted and I want to see the post.
2 tracking and eliminating spam or malicious post -- I see a new user with say, 14 posts in one day. My spider sense tells me this is spammer and I want to see the posts to see what he found necessary to post 14 times.

Example:

Joined: Tuesday, March 03, 2009
Last Visit: Tuesday, March 03, 2009 1:53:07 PM
Number of Posts: 1 http://forums.doubletwist.com/default.aspx?g=posts&t=232
[0.21% of all post / 1.00 posts per day]
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mddubs
2009-03-03T14:33:16Z
There is a tab that displays a users 10 last posts, in a user's details.
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When I post fp:mddubs in a topic, I'm leaving my footprint there so I can track it once I get into coding/supporting. (Yes I stole this off Mek 🙂, who stole this off Ederon 🙂 )
watadoo
  •  watadoo
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2009-03-03T14:44:07Z
oh way down there at the bottom, below the fold. my eyes were drawn up at the top in the stats section next to the number. Sorry, i missed the last ten posts button.

Thanks.
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"I don't know, and I don't care."
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Mek
  •  Mek
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  • YAF Developer
2009-03-04T00:45:30Z
it's a bit more nicely tabbed in the profile and obvious in 1.93

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When I post FP:Mek in a topic, I'm leaving my footprint there so I can track it once I get into coding/supporting. (Yes I stole this off Ederon 🙂 )

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