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Favorites 17 Mar 2015 09:31 #128391

Has anyone heard when our Favorites lists will be visible again?
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 19:22 #125288

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Tribblemom wrote:
Good idea. I have noticed the buttons that don't repond when you accept or add things, happens to me, too.

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Everything needs to be tested.
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 19:17 #125287

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rehak wrote:
To see how things work and to test for bugs. In fact, she should probably create 2 non-admin accounts so she can test things like friending and sending personal messages. Then she can record things like the window where you accept a friend request not going away after you click "Accept" so it looks like it doesn't work (a bug I've reported several times) and other similar problems. Really, someone from TQS should be going through every button on every page of the site, using a non-admin account, and make sure that they work and that they give sufficient feedback to show that they work. Just standard testing practices.
I really don't have that kind of time. Just like the rest of us I want to be quilting and I come here to relax.
Kathy, Please report to TQS that we are aware this is being handled as it should be handled. I want TQS to going through the site and test every button and fix it if it doesn't work. Please use standard testing practices and get it fixed.
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 19:03 #125285

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Good idea. I have noticed the buttons that don't repond when you accept or add things, happens to me, too.

Kathy
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 17:05 #125277

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To see how things work and to test for bugs. In fact, she should probably create 2 non-admin accounts so she can test things like friending and sending personal messages. Then she can record things like the window where you accept a friend request not going away after you click "Accept" so it looks like it doesn't work (a bug I've reported several times) and other similar problems. Really, someone from TQS should be going through every button on every page of the site, using a non-admin account, and make sure that they work and that they give sufficient feedback to show that they work. Just standard testing practices.
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 15:32 #125266

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Nancy, You mean, just to see how they work?
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 13:43 #125262

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Tribblemom wrote:
loise98 wrote:
Thank you, Kathy. Who gets to choose the topicons? Who's the moderator?

I am the moderator and of course John and Bob can change things, but they don't read much in the forum so I pass on info to them. I think anyone can add an icon when they start a topic - it's hard for me to distinguish what others can't do or see since as a moderator I have special access.

You could create a non-administrator account so that you can test things.
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 13:18 #125261

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Yikes! Yes, it's something we warn kids about, not everyone on the web is who they say they are.
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 13:07 #125258

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Thanks Kathy. I was wondering why and in what kinds of situations some of them would be used. I remember a time when one of our members was being stalked online. Someone actually became a member to follow what she was writing here. John and Bob got rid of that guy. So I guess there are crazy situations you've got to be ready for. Creepy. Right?
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 12:05 #125255

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loise98 wrote:
Thank you, Kathy. Who gets to choose the topicons? Who's the moderator?

I am the moderator and of course John and Bob can change things, but they don't read much in the forum so I pass on info to them. I think anyone can add an icon when they start a topic - it's hard for me to distinguish what others can't do or see since as a moderator I have special access.
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Favorites 29 Dec 2014 09:22 #125253

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Thank you, Kathy. Who gets to choose the topicons? Who's the moderator?
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Favorites 28 Dec 2014 14:05 #125245

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Here's a written definition:
The icon that looks like a blank sheet of paper is the default.

Exclamation Point - indicates that the topic is important (e.g. an official announcement to the community or the presence of a major problem that affects a service or product).

Question Mark - indicates that the topic is a question to the community.

Light Bulb - an idea, suggestion or request for a new feature.

Heart - can mean whatever you like it to mean. It is usually interpreted to be a "gift" from the topic creator to the rest of the
community. It could, for example, represent gratitude or admiration for the work of others in the community.

Red & Blue Arrows - indicates that the topic was created by merging it with other topics on the forum. This is often used to show that other forum users have similar issues but that the forum moderator considered that it would be more appropriate to discuss these several issues in the same topic.

Red X - Usually means that the question or problem discussed in the topic was not able to be resolved and that the subject is closed.

Green Check Mark - Usually means that the question or problem discussed in the topic was resolved to the satisfaction of the topic owner and that the subject is closed.

Red Arrow pointing Right - Indicates that a topic was moved to a different category.

Trash Can - Deleted topic.

Red Push Pin - "Sticky" topic. Only forum moderators can set this topic attribute. Sticky topics appear in a category index before other topics.

Lock - Locked topic. Only forum moderators can set this topic attribute. When a topic is locked no further posts can be made except for messages posted by forum moderators.
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Favorites 28 Dec 2014 14:00 #125244

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Kathy, I appreciate the attatchment re topicons however the print is so small I can't read it and I couldn't expand it.
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Favorites 27 Dec 2014 17:28 #125207

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