Please remove the up/down arrow feature

idlemarvel

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If you press sort by votes at top right of your screen it only affects your view of the list, not the stored copy.
You can restore it by clicking sort by date.
 
David1226

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If they don't know how to vote and sort themselves out in Westminster, what chance do we have here. It's not called a Division by accident.

David
 
mike

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I always vote.. Because it costs those who got it us so much... But not this
 
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I always vote.. Because it costs those who got it us so much... But not this
Doesn't anyone know what the "deal" is, I've heard a lot about "no-deal" but nothing about deal
 
PhilP

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I think that was a bit like 'iron'..

You know? 'Irony'.

On the voting:
If we don't know the 'how', 'why', or 'what for'.. The feature is not useful.

Having now been told HOW I can sort on votes, it MIGHT be useful, if coming new to a Q&A thread to be able to (hopefully) skim the relevant answers to the top.
But if you don't know, it is an 'unknown, unknown'.
 
Rhinochugger

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I think that was a bit like 'iron'..

You know? 'Irony'.

On the voting:
If we don't know the 'how', 'why', or 'what for'.. The feature is not useful.

Having now been told HOW I can sort on votes, it MIGHT be useful, if coming new to a Q&A thread to be able to (hopefully) skim the relevant answers to the top.
But if you don't know, it is an 'unknown, unknown'.
Thank you Donald Rumsfeld ;);)
 
idlemarvel

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I notice that on Dave's (Idelmarvel) first post there is only a down arrow.
FYI I have discovered the down arrow below the user's icon/avatar is to display more information about the user, nothing to do with the voting buttons which are displayed alongside the posting.
 
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FYI I have discovered the down arrow below the user's icon/avatar is to display more information about the user, nothing to do with the voting buttons which are displayed alongside the posting.
Ah. failure to correctly interpret what is in front of me. Bit creepy to know you're being watched.
 
Rhinochugger

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FYI I have discovered the down arrow below the user's icon/avatar is to display more information about the user, nothing to do with the voting buttons which are displayed alongside the posting.
Allegedly, on the basis of that info, I have only caused 27 reactions :devil::devil::devil::devil::devil::devil:


Incidentally, a little tweak that I suspect the administrator may have added, when you use the drop down emoji button, since the upgrade there has been a section for 'recently used'. Now this had the annoying habit that you selected one, it immediately moved hard left (most recent). Now if, like me, one emoji is never enough and you hit it three times (say) you could end up with three different emojis as they all moved around to most recent position.

This still happens, but a delay has been built in, so if you hit an emoji three times in succession, you'll get the same one now. I haven't tried it for more than three hit because one cannot be greedy :shake::shake::shake: