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Dimi
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11 years ago
Do we have any way to generate a forum tree to present it as a site map, as a XML file or something like that? It would be a convenient feature if the forum participants could see a link with the forum tree, click it, find a required forum, then switch to the required forum in one click.

I can see this feature as a popup window when the main forum window gets black as we see that when we open an image. The popup window should be scrollable keeping in mind small screens and/or multiple categories and sub-forums. It should show the complete forum tree where people can use a quick search using the forum name just typing it, probably expand of hide the appropriate branches. The same forum tree should show the number of postings and unread messages. That will be VERY convenient, attractive and useful!


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Quote:

It would be a convenient feature if the forum participants could see a link with the forum tree, click it, find a required forum, then switch to the required forum in one click.

We already have the Forum Jump for that

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11 years ago
Originally Posted by: tha_watcha 

Quote:

It would be a convenient feature if the forum participants could see a link with the forum tree, click it, find a required forum, then switch to the required forum in one click.

We already have the Forum Jump for that

Yea, I know. It's just a matter of presentation. And it doesn't have search. I'd prefer a tree in a popup window with a text box for search. The DD list is fine, but it's not so powerful and not very attractive comparing to a popup window with search. Image that you start typing a name of a forum and the tree shows the matches with a color. Or if this is the only one choice it shows with the color and jumps to this item scrolling the whole tree up or down.


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