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...OK new forum and already over two thirds of the first page in The Commons is overrun by Stickies.
...where's Chuck Norris when we need him?
*Lifts arms to the heavens*
OH GREAT SACRED DEITIES OF ADMINISTRATION!!! WE EVOKE THINE GREAT ARCANE POWER OF MODERATION!!! TO SIEGE AND PLUNGE THIS REALM INTO THE DEPTHS OF STICKY DARKNESS!!! HEED OUR CALL, O GREAT SPIRITS, BESTOW UNTO US THIS HOUR AS WE DESIRE, THAT NO MAN SHALL BEAR WITNESS TO ONE WORD OF COMMONER'S INQUIRY!!!
More than half the space is reserved for stickies, without counting the announcements. Its not really inviting to be honest. >:-(
Also can we finally kill the "Latest News and Offers... " section? The commons always has the latest news and offers, so it is misleading to see only two topics there.
But but but latest news and offers belongs in latest news and offers section. If more people get used to using it then there will be more room in the Commons for sticky posts, as all the important stuff will be in other forums.:coolsmirk:
...but when stickies on page one outnumber threads two to one in a forum that doesn't sort threads by newest post, and on which the search function is still non-functional, it is getting a bit ridiculous.
Maybe they just need a separate Stickies forum.
...and wheres the lightbulb smiley, I want my lightbulb smiley.
The problem is that DAZ has tried all of that and everyone didn't go to those forums. They don't tend to leave the Commons so it only makes seance to have them all in the Commons.
...so what is going to happen when the number of stickies exceeds 25? Will they spill onto page 2? After 50, page 3?
If this is going to be the case development needs to get some of the other functions like search and thread sorting fixed a lot quicker than "soon".
We need Buffy the Sticky Slayer!
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
...the more they overtech the plumbing, the easier it is to stop up the drain.
--Chief Engineer M. Scott