What the???????? (Proboards - V5) Jan 10, 2014 8:51:50 GMT 10
Post by cobber on Jan 10, 2014 8:51:50 GMT 10
And Don R said,
Tow Couplings thread
You're right about not having the 'Reply #' to refer to. That was really convenient. But on the other hand it was also a bit of a pain when posts got deleted from the thread because Reply #58 would then become Reply #55, etc, so the reference then became not very helpful.
Maybe what we need to do now is to make a reference to the person making the post and the date, eg 'post by Cobber on 13 May 2009'. Then the reference will continue to be valid even when posts are deleted. Of course if a person posts on the same subject several times on the one day...but who would do that? (Except thee and me! )
Does that mean you need to go through the Tow Coupling index and re-reference the posts, and I need to go through DHL and...
Don Ricardo [/quote]
G'day Don R and Al franklin1,
Gee I love the way you young blokes accept the challenge and come up with solutions to these big issues ....... Me, I was going to make excuses regarding the Tow Coupling index like.....
"Even though the Tow Coupling Thread has had 23353 views the actual Index has only had 1963 views so is it worth keeping ? " ( and half of those views would be me looking at it and trying to keep it accurate )
Not sure how either of your ideas would apply to the tow coupling index and the way it is presently structured, in the case of 'Dymwood' couplings it makes at least 10 appearances spread over 9 pages... WE'LL have a look at it aye?