am i alone in not liking how the forum posts are being jumbled when you quote or reply to earlier posts?
I'm enjoying both views, the threaded is helpful for skipping past things that are off topic.
Crazd you solved this one so quick you should be the Hubpages repair tech...lol
Actually I am not liking it.
The problem for me is that some people post chronologically, and others threaded. It might look differently in threaded view, but in chronological view posts made in threaded view look completely out of place, and often leave myself wondering WTF people are talking about.
At the same time threaded view severely complicates following latest posts on a thread, and for that reason I prefer to use chronological view.
All in all, this last change actually made my forum experience worse than before...
by Glenn Stok 2 weeks ago
I have always used Chronological View so that I don’t miss anything in the forums. But lately the forums are automatically switching to Threaded View, and I have to click the Chronological button to switch it back. Why is that happening? It seems a bug was introduced about a week ago.
by sunforged 8 years ago
With some users using the threaded view and others using chrono some threads are becoming intelligible Ex)http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/34590#post769233You'll see in chrono view that one hubber responds in a conversational manner 3 posts in a row-in that view it makes no sense ..(As Misha points...
by Misha 8 years ago
After much suffering with the new forums format, and observing and analyzing, I came to the conclusion that it is possible to have my cake and eat it, too - if HP developers will cooperate.The problem: Replies made in threaded view look absolutely unconnected in chronological view, up to the point...
by Glenn Stok 2 months ago
I would suggest dropping the “Threaded view” since it confuses people. I've noticed that those who use it tend to overlook important parts of a conversation in a thread. If only "Chronological View" were used, this would not only simplify things, but everyone involved would be in sync...
by Raye 3 years ago
To my fellow Squids, one of our compatriots has just given me a perfect example of how NOT to be when first arriving at HubPages. Please allow me to share.This is a perfect example of how NOT to comment on a Hub.This comment was marked as spam and deleted very quickly because1) The comment...
by Brittany Kennedy 6 years ago
I saw a couple hubbers saying to others that they had only X amount of posts in the forums. Is there a quick way for me to see how many I have posted or do I just have to add them up? Are only forum moderators allowed to see this? Thanks for your answers.
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