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  1. I actually came looking for it on a per-forum basis - I'd like to keep controversial or contentious topics in a separate forum, where users can only make one or two posts per day. In case you don't know, there is a per-usergroup daily post limit - not quite a flood control, as you could use up your quota all in a few minutes. But it'd help a bit, I'd imagine.
  2. Just to say, I'd *love* to see this based not on days, but on posts.
  3. As far as the software goes, this is one of my main concerns currently. Regardless of how genuinely important it is, the fact is that we're mostly getting traffic from Google, Google judges sites by speed, and when I go into Google's Webmaster Tools, I see thousands of pages it regards as too slow.
  4. I like this, but having it appear under the first post when not in the sidebar seems a mistake. Fine for a new topic, but once you're past the first page, it's going to get overlooked pretty quickly. I'd say bottom of page, or under the 'target' post - ie, the post that a 'read new' link takes you to. Put it where people will see it.
  5. I'd like to have this (and other stats) compiled into weekly emailed reports.
  6. The reactions info is woefully underused in general. I've been banging on about this for some time.
  7. Looks like rebuilding the search index fixed it, for anyone having a similar issue.
  8. When upgrading, there's a generic "We're sorry, this web site is unavailable while an update is in progress." message, which is fine. But if, during the update process, we could choose something: "Quick update, should be back by 10pm EST." "Big update in progress, could take a couple of hours." "Updating the site, don't forget to check out our other site othersite.com" That'd be cool.
  9. I'm not sure we'll get anything different (except perhaps clearer language) without a significant reworking of how notifications work.
  10. Sounds like it's not so much 'unintended behaviour' as 'the only way to do things right now', but they're taking another look.
  11. It could be an oddity in my database, although... if both methods are the same... Let me know if there's anything I can do to help.
  12. Caution! The 'stop emails' options for members who aren't logged-in actually removes ALL notifications, including on-site. This caught me by surprise and I now have hundreds of topics I want on-site notifications for, which have been set to 'no notifications'. I've got a ticket in to see if this is intended behaviour.
  13. Ultimately I think we might want a log-in / register box there. We're going to see people with accounts using it incorrectly otherwise.
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