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post #46 of 230
not sure why people need apps, i use the site with both blackberry and iOS systems and works fine, very quick too
post #47 of 230
Tapatalk is a bit faster than Safari browsing and the thread view is a lot nice for the small screen (no padding, headers, fluff). Only annoyance is that it isn't free like IPB
post #48 of 230
For now, it will be supported by Tapatalk. However, work is being done to make the next version HTML5, so it should be easily usable on all sorts of platforms. Of course, that's not a trivial task.

Cheers,

Fok.
post #49 of 230
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Good to hear. Sufu's layout gives me a headache.
+1. Styleforum's interface is much more user friendly.
post #50 of 230
Can't wait to see the new forum first-hand.
post #51 of 230
YES on the new B&S.
post #52 of 230
really excited about the new B&S system. the current one is so inefficient

I recall a lot of members wanting to have a rep system similar to sufu's. Will such a thing be implemented?
post #53 of 230
plus i'll rerequest some sort of buyer/seller rating system
post #54 of 230
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Originally Posted by Roygbivuxg View Post
really excited about the new B&S system. the current one is so inefficient

I recall a lot of members wanting to have a rep system similar to sufu's. Will such a thing be implemented?

I think that you'll really like the new B&S system. Lots of new features that will make the system both more buyer and seller friendly.

There will be a function so that members can "like" a post. However, there will be no negative "dislike", or negative reputation in general. We've found that the ability to dislike a post or user is misused and detracts from every forum that implements it. So, that's a negative on a traditional reputation system.
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I think that you'll really like the new B&S system. Lots of new features that will make the system both more buyer and seller friendly.

There will be a function so that members can "like" a post. However, there will be no negative "dislike", or negative reputation in general. We've found that the ability to dislike a post or user is misused and detracts from every forum that implements it. So, that's a negative on a traditional reputation system.

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post #58 of 230
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
I think that you'll really like the new B&S system. Lots of new features that will make the system both more buyer and seller friendly.

There will be a function so that members can "like" a post. However, there will be no negative "dislike", or negative reputation in general. We've found that the ability to dislike a post or user is misused and detracts from every forum that implements it. So, that's a negative on a traditional reputation system.

Very good. I've also found that.

Feature suggestion: if a post is reported (x) amount of times, it's automatically unapproved until a moderator can review it. Would help cut down on spam.
post #59 of 230
We chose some of the most active and opinionated B&S users to test and comment on our new system. And man... looks like I have my weekend of work cut out for me. Ironically, it seems that casual users love the system, but the power-users have all sorts of mostly legitimate concerns that occur only if you are selling hundreds of items. Anyone here who thinks that designing these systems is easy, or that we just sorta sit back, chill out, and things just sort come together, is welcome to be my go-fer for the next 3 weeks.
post #60 of 230
Will the new forum have a screen layout that assumes everyone is using a wide 16x9 aspect ratio screen with their browser window maximized? Please say "no"! I hate how on head-fi.org they have "Featured Sponsors" on the right edge of the screen instead of across the top. This causes the area for the messages to become too small, nearly forcing you to maximize your browser window to fill the whole screen horizontally. It appears the designers assumed everyone is running a 16x9 screen and likes to keep their browser window maximized. I like to keep my browser window shaped more like a piece of paper or book, often placing windows side-by-side. But increasingly today many sites are using the excess horizontal space on wide screens to simply become a space for advertisements.
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