Thank you for the answer: didn't know that (after converting to topic) this could become private.
And also another related question:
And then (if above private discussion with multiple users is possible)
My idea is indeed to solve this kind of situation:
I'd like to:
By the way, is there any way to insert this big counter and to keep the text starting from the left side? (That is to say from under the user icon).
Compare the layouts of the first posts of:
- the discussion here on https://feedback.userecho.com
- this discussion (on https://kanbo.userecho.com)
Perfect! Thanks a lot :-)
I'm also interest that you add such an exemple for bigger vote counters in my community.
(I'm rather interested with a simpler one, unique color, placed on the left side like in https://kanbo.userecho.com )
P.S. Maybe one or two CSS snippets like that could be given in your "Tips & Tricks" knowledge base?
Nevertheless, it would not be very natural and very logical to make visible this action (Mark as answer) only when editing a comment (as asked in that other request) since the mark action is not really and edition.
By the way, I suggest to rename the current Action "Answer" into "Mark as answer".
Currently, as visible on your above screenshot, there is also the action "Reply" which could be easily confused with "Answer" (and vice versa) when you click too fast... Whereas our action is not to "Answer" but to "Mark" as answer...
Great, many thanks, it works perfectly!
For a shorter text suggestion, I don't know ;-)
But the length is not really a problem.
If you really want to save space, maybe this action could be removed from there (the comment marked as answer) and be placed:
The information about user's city is already present in the column "Location" next to the "IP address".
Concerning the Network, you are right, this is not very important and even not really answering to our curiosity because in fact, we were wondering from which "domain" came the visitors (for instance from apple.com, or from google.com ;-))
Maybe have you any idea for that instead of manual tests on the IP?
But the request is really not a high priority.
OK, thank you, looking forward to reading that new feature in the change log! :-)
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