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Do we have an 'agree' reaction available Gaz? I found it quite useful if someone asks a question and the answer gets posted, then those who have experienced similar can hit the agree to help others out who ask the question. Or if you just agree with a post.
That's a good point, I've added it to my snagging list. I know I can add extra ones easily enough, it's where I get the image used that I'm unsure of.
 

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@g8jka - I found a bit of time during lunch to read the manual and we now have "agree" reaction. No plans for a 'disagree' option as quite frankly if people want to convey negativity they can just use 'dislike' ;)

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Hi @GazHyde Noticed there is no thread navigation at the top of the page, except jump to new. Would be good to have pages to navigate to at the top and bottom as before, as some people may want to refer back to a certain page for specific info, and if the thread is 10 pages long, that's quite a bit of clicking to find what you need.

Great work though, it will take some getting used to!
 

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Hi @GazHyde Noticed there is no thread navigation at the top of the page, except jump to new. Would be good to have pages to navigate to at the top and bottom as before, as some people may want to refer back to a certain page for specific info, and if the thread is 10 pages long, that's quite a bit of clicking to find what you need.
That functionality is available in the Dark Zorg and Light Zorg themes only, look for the "style chooser" in the bottom left hand of the screen.

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@g8jka - I found a bit of time during lunch to read the manual and we now have "agree" reaction. No plans for a 'disagree' option as quite frankly if people want to convey negativity they can just use 'dislike' ;)

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Awesome! I think the disagree button can offend some people at times, maybe the dislike is a little less harsh ;)
 

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My view on above is the other way round to be honest.
I agree. Let's put it this way. I don't think either of us could take offence if we were the only two people who thought this and the rest of the forum tagged our posts as disagree. But if they all disliked out posts I think we'd feel differently.
 

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My view on above is the other way round to be honest.
I can see your point. Either could get someones back up if taken the wrong way. But on here it's a nice friendly place unlike a lot of forums. You don't see many posts with a disagree or dislike being used.
 

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I’d prefer no ‘negative’ option all round, but it’s just a simple easy to change text label on the button. Maybe there’s a let’s provocative word we can use instead. Open to suggestions.
 

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I agree. Let's put it this way. I don't think either of us could take offence if we were the only two people who thought this and the rest of the forum tagged our posts as disagree. But if they all disliked out posts I think we'd feel differently.
We don't have an option to disagree now though, we would have to use the dislike. Although we may disagree with a post, doesn't mean we necessarily dislike it. Maybe the dislike is more harsh?

I personally won't use a disagree or dislike even if I feel that way. It's far too easy to offend people nowadays.
 
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