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I saw and see regulary that the title and descriptions of a discusson thread changes.
Not bad, actually nice. BUT changes should be transparent.
In the description is only the time shown when created, you have to go over the create date with the mouse to see the last edit.
Actually I thought to have seen the last edit, I am not sure now, pointers appreciated.
In the description is only the time shown when created, you have to go over the create date * with the mouse to see the last edit.
add text of last change in the desciption. like
6 months ago* (last edit 1 second ago)
To quote a buddy of mine:
I am altering the deal. Pray I don't alter it any further.
EDIT: just happend
EDIT2: I was wrong with the bubble help.
EDIT3: I found it again...
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title color changes to unread upon any change since you last viewed it, so I don't understand the need 🤷🏼♂️
I trust you understand that actual transparency, where previous versions are viewable, may be a breech of EU guidelines
If I have not viewed it?
No ... really it is not EU guidelines neither turning steamgifts into wiki, it is about common "Bulletin Board" standards, where edits to header/title of a thread are shown.
EDIT: they are shown here, but you have to abuse the mouse.
... I like my mouse :(
Don't get me wrong ... I do love my mouse!
But I don't want it to do unnecessary work and I don't like that it has to suffer ...
btw an ESGST option appends an asterisk to the timestamp if edited, hovering on that pops when, works on posts too 😉
no effect on titles though 😔
I may be wrong, since I have used "ESGDT" recently (great tool), that popup (bubble help) on the "*" is from sg and not from a browser plugin ..,
just double checked by disabling the addon and do stand corrected 🤦🏼♂️ double doi
hey! when did you edit that post? 😜 but seriously, if you feel the need then you do, I'm spudified on the matter 🙂
Thanks veebles, editing a post should be a common right! (don't quote me ;)
I meant the need for your suggestion in the OP - communication is a wonderful barrier at times 🤣