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Okay, I've updated the homenode layout to add a link to the new "vote history" information. It appears as "Your votes" after the new "For this user:" heading.

I've moved all non-user-entered information into the table of items that shows to the right of the monk image (when there is one). There used to be three links outside that table. The "send private /msg" link looked the most like user content since it was at the top of the user content with no visual distinction. It is now after the "For this user:" heading. The "Edit your user info" link is now called "Profile" in the new "Edit your: Profile, Settings" entry. The "Settings" link goes to User Settings. I also made the "Scratchpad:" links on one's own homenode not so verbose.

I think the much more prominent location of "Edit your: Profile" will improve the fairly common situation of people having a hard time finding where to, for example, change their password. And I much prefer having the non-user-entered information much more clearly separated.

I hope most of y'all find this to be an improvement as well.

- tye        


In reply to Re^2: Voting history (updated homenodes) by tye
in thread Voting history by SilasTheMonk

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