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Your wish is my amusement (I think that's the right phrase). ?node=SilasTheMonk;displaytype=voteview will now show SilasTheMonk his own voting history. I'll probably eventually make I've also made it so that it will show other people their votes that they have cast upon SilasTheMonk's nodes.

Now there should probably be a link to make this easier to get to. I think I'll end up putting it on homenodes (in part because they need some "love" anyway). Then there is the possibility of making it work on root nodes to just show you votes you have cast in that thread.

I won't update Tidings until I'm done fiddling.

Most controversial, is the possibility of allowing one to see summary information about votes that have been cast upon one's nodes (by other monks). This may never come to pass, as obsessing about votes cast against one appears to be detrimental to one's monkly health. If it does come to pass, it might show totals for votes over a period of one or several days (only for previous days), grouped by node.

Feel free to vent your ( suggestions | outrage ) at this ( feature | offensive change ) here, for consideration for future adjustments.

- tye        


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