What's the criteria for Senior member? Like, how many posts are needed?
Also, should I just post my threads that are considered "finished" (Duane Adams and Julien Neel) in the Incomplete Threads section and get requests to move them? Because I'm currently incapable of posting threads in the new "Range Stuff" subforum (can't remember the exact name).
Also, mostly trivial, but I dislike the movement of colors. I really liked RAs being purple, mods being blue, and RDs being green.
Do you think it's a good idea to introduce a thread for users to request help notewatching? Not like pitching, but just for other users to help notewatch a portion of an artist's discgraphy?
Not sure if it's been mentioned or set up before (or if it's simply a terrible idea), but with someone like Johnny Cash or Dolly Parton, who each have masses of albums, it's difficult for just one user to notewatch every single song on the studio discography. I mean, others pitch in where they can (pun intended!), but a large majority of it is left for the one who started the thread, and even though we do generally have a genuine interest in the singers we're doing threads for, it's still pretty hard for someone like Breaking to notewatch around fifty albums of Cash almost all by himself.
If a lot of people love each other, the world will be a better place to live.
We don't know what's wrong with the search function: sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Sorry I don't have anything more useful to tell you. I'll update the Singer Index in the near future so I hope that may be of some help.
That's a new function of the forum. It eliminates double-posting, but still marks the thread for new posts. If you hover your cursor over the post, you can tell which parts of the post are new.
So that's why the "reserved for overflow" posts got merged into the Index OP? Do we know if it would be possible to re-separate them if the post length were to become problematic, or would I have to experiment to find out? Is this a ProBoards-wide change or an optional feature?