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Re: Ignoring nodes

by extremely (Priest)
on Jan 15, 2001 at 21:13 UTC ( #51961=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Ignoring nodes

Well, you are going to have to deal with headless nodes from people you don't have ignored who replied to ignored nodes. That is always a pain to deal with. I don't see vroom putting that in unless there is an easy way to deal with such issues in Everything already. Look at /. and its screwed up threading when a middle tier post is low-mod'ed but there are higher level posts in its tree. Messy messy.

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Re: Re: Ignoring nodes
by zigster (Hermit) on Jan 15, 2001 at 21:31 UTC
    Dunno, I think that peoples replies to trolls are less anoying than the original trolls myself.

    Update: OK so this has just been -'ve voted .. dowt. I hope the intent of the node was clear. I was simply saying that I dont want to filter threads.. if someone takes pains to reply to a troll then I have no problem reading it. Tiss just the initial ramblins I would like to see blocked.
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    Zigster

      That's not my point, it is just that a lot of how Everything works is built on showing you the parent node of a child. How do you show the grandchildren of a node when the parent can't be shown? It winds up messy in code and on the page.

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        Sorry now I follow you, I dont see this being an issue (given that I have no idea how the code works) if the filtering was only done on the newest nodes node, or -specific- other nodes. I was not proposing anything as clever as you seem to be thinking.
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        Zigster

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