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Giving Thanks
Mr Valiant
post Jul 21 2014, 12:41 PM
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I love UMSF (and the Planetary Society).
I am peering over the shoulders of giants.
In some other forums I participate in, there is usually a 'like' or 'thanks'
button I can use to add my acknowledgement for a worthy/well enjoyed post.
Many times (and I am aware that UNSF is a science/technology based forum), members
have posted gems that I would like to say WOW to, but I'm sure a little tick in the
box would let them know, that their hard work is acknowledged.
Can a 'like' button be added for us observers?
Kind regards,
Gary Fearon
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Astro0
post Jul 21 2014, 09:28 PM
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We are currently looking at some upgrades to the Forum IPBoard software that will potentially have a lot of new options that we can consider. Stay tuned! smile.gif
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Floyd
post Aug 3 2014, 06:15 PM
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The views counters on forums seems to have stopped. Two forums with several responses have 0 views. Plus, I've gone to these forums and viewed and it does not count.


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