David 8 thinks it would be simply wonderful if the post on here were to appear in order......2,299 Views7 RepliesAdd A Reply
Just a note/ idea for you guys, forgive me if i cant see the option to change how the topics are viewed however if there's not an option to change the order ect then i think it would be great to see the latest topics at the top as im having to sift through topics to find any new ones...
Anyone else think this would be good?
Haha, I like the title. I'm always open to feedback. With regards to topic viewing, currently they are ordered by: Pin, Latest responded to and then by most recent. That's the standard anyways for the main "forum" view, however you can browse latest topics ordered strictly by most recent by clicking the "Topics" link in the top navigation (on desktop) or by selecting the drop down menu on mobile.
However, that being said, I am currently working on an update specific to the forums here, which I'm hoping to launch within a day or two, which should help and/or improve your experience when browsing new topics.
That was pretty funny. Diz (sequence number unknown) thinks there should be a balance between new threads, and those that people have responded to, regardless of age.
And have a cup of coffee instead of tea.
And finally, there is nothing on LV223, and no man needs nothing.
Clicking on "Topics" on the nav bar at the top of the page takes you straight to a list of the latest topics!
@Diz, how do you mean? By balance do you mean topics you yourself have responded to? Or topics others have responded to?
Thanks again for the feedback guys, keep ot coming!
@DIZ You're wrong about your LV-223 Comment.. There's still an Adult Deacon roaming about with 4 other Bio-Engineer Temples that it can Activate at its leisure...
CP: I mean I like what you have here and I'm just goofin' on ya.
M: It's just a play on the movie quote. Of course there's something down there, the same way as there is something in the desert. I think the words were intentionally meant to be taken in a different way. "There is nothing in the desert", meaning there is something there but I don't want you to know about it. "...and no man needs nothing", meaning I am the man who needs it, but again, I don't want you to see that.
So when David sees the planet, LV223, this quote comes to mind for him. Perhaps as a veiled reference to his master Weyland and his hidden agenda?