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  • 1 Votes
    6 Posts

    popular posts in our forum are usually long posts, therefore for post lists we use this CSS customization:

    .posts-list .posts-list-item .content { overflow: auto; max-height: 480px; }

    so, people can go through all the posts with scrolling without changing the page or going to the related topics... feel free to change the post height as you like.

    Thanks @phenomlab for this CSS codes and thanks again @baris for the plugin.

  • 0 Votes
    8 Posts

    Hey @gareth @Stéphane-Gully if you're still around I'm working on a vanilla exporter at the moment but there are still some bugs to work out

  • 3 Votes
    21 Posts

    good idea

  • 0 Votes
    2 Posts


    I believe we've discussed the possibility of having a HELP tab in the composer, but I can also see the usefulness of a FAQ thread or even a FAQ page.

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    7 Posts

    @julian said:

    I'm all for implementing features if there is a demand or direct benefit, but while I know discourse does this, the main thing I have to ask is WHY?!

    In my opinion, it offers nothing but information clutter to the end user.

    I honestly don't care how many times people have clicked the link, I only care whether it's blue or purple. When I go into a topic, I go there to see the new replies to that topic, not to be viralised off to some other link, "Buzzfeed style"

    That's my opinion, of course, and prevailing trends usually dictate what goes into NodeBB core. Something like this would be great as a plugin (filter:post.parse for the link counter, and widget for the internal links).

    This would be a good as a plugin, there should be no reason to love or hate this feature as long as there is some demand for it. That means that maybe its worth implementing. Just like the debate on forum signatures

    If anybody wants to implement this they should look at this plugin by @baris, should be a very good starting point imo