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Posted on 27-04-09 03:40
Alright, well I have a small suggestion for the pm system. I think it would be nice if we had something along the lines of gmail when it comes to replies. When you send a pm to someone, and then they send one back, and so; instead of having each reply under it's own link, we could put all of them under one. That would cause less clutter and would make it easier to use. It's not anything really big though, just a little improvement I think could be made.


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Posted on 27-04-09 07:00
You mean the outbox and inbox? That separates your mail for you.


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Posted on 27-04-09 11:36
Sorry, I wasn't clear. I meant when you pm someone back and forth for the same original pm. Let's say I send you a pm, and you reply to it, and I reply to that one, and so on. All those pm's just accumulate in your inbox and it gets messy.


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Posted on 27-04-09 11:40
I think I know what he means. I'll try to illustrate it (from gmail).

user .. user (3) subject

This would mean that user has sent a reply on a previous PM. For better illustration, check gmail.

I know it's very handy in your mail, but the PM system is so small. I don't see how the benefits could match the work required.


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Posted on 27-04-09 11:52
Yeah, that's what I meant.

You do have a good point...the pm system is small, 15 messages if you don't have an exclusive membership. And there are probably more people here who don't have one, than who do. I guess it wouldn't be worth it. Oh well.