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ror 11-07-2004 07:59 PM

"posts with 0 replies" search to ignore member intro forum?
 
"posts with 0 replies" search to ignore member intro forum?

They really require no reply, in fact ignoring off topic (aka general) might be a good idea too.

ror 11-07-2004 08:07 PM

replying just because otherwise in an effort to get something to stop clogging the 0 replies search I am myself clogging it. (oh the irony)

Aivlas 10-10-2014 10:16 PM

As a General Rule
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ror (Post 1279923)
"posts with 0 replies" search to ignore member intro forum?
They really require no reply, in fact ignoring off topic (aka general) might be a good idea too.



I think that as a general rule a forum would look at an unreplied to post as an unanswered question or unargued with statement, no?
Am I way off here??

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frankbell 10-10-2014 10:32 PM

When I log on, the first thing I do is check my subscribed threads. The next thing I do is check the zero-reply posts, then I start browsing around.

I am satisfied with how the zero-reply function currently behaves.

Timothy Miller 10-10-2014 10:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by frankbell (Post 5252143)
When I log on, the first thing I do is check my subscribed threads. The next thing I do is check the zero-reply posts, then I start browsing around.

I am satisfied with how the zero-reply function currently behaves.

Yeah, quite happy myself as well. I don't mind if it's introduction threads, once in a while I feel like being nice and saying hi to people. Very rarely, but still.


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