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Offline Eli Delventhal

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« Posted 2010-12-17 01:22:10 »

Unfilled requests/suggestions should be filtered above finished ones, if possible. Currently I can close fulfilled suggestions (not really what I want to do) or sticky unfilled suggestions (don't want to do that either). We could also add yet another subforum to put completed suggestions in, but that's yet another thing I don't want to do.

It would be nice if this subforum had some kind of separate filtering so that unfilled posts go to the top and filled ones stay at the bottom or in a separate section.

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2010-12-17 01:35:26 »

IMHO the amount of work to (slightly) modify SMF to make it work, is not worth it.

There is such a low number of requests, that we can easily lock the ones that are fulfilled, or simply remove them.

I think the natural 'flow' of a topic (allowing bumping) is enough to keep the mods 'entertained'.  Wink

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Offline Eli Delventhal

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2010-12-17 01:38:16 »

IMHO the amount of work to (slightly) modify SMF to make it work, is not worth it.

There is such a low number of requests, that we can easily lock the ones that are fulfilled, or simply remove them.

I think the natural 'flow' of a topic (allowing bumping) is enough to keep the mods 'entertained'.  Wink
All righty. I know you're against locking stuff generally so that's one reason I wasn't going for that option. Cheesy But maybe we should just make that one of the "knowns" of the suggestion forum - if your suggestion is fulfilled your topic will be locked!

[SUGGESTION FULFILLED - TOPIC LOCKED]

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