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Caroline1 Nov 7, 2012 06:04 PM

that Rogue's Gallery of participants that used to come up with each thread? Okay, okay. So I'm exposing how unobservant I can be at times, but I have no idea how long it's been gone. I'm missing it now because all of these ancient threads are being revived, and that's how I used to be able to tell if I'd already posted my two cents worth. Some of those threads are loooooooong, and I don't want to read every post to see whether I've already commented...

Any chance at all of bringing it back? It really was useful!!! I don't have a clue what to search for to see if it's already been discussed to death on Site Talk, so my apologies if I'm beating a dead horse.

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    small h Nov 7, 2012 07:07 PM

    <I don't want to read every post to see whether I've already commented... >

    So search the page for your user name: control F, Caroline1. No need to read every (or any) post.

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    1. re: small h
      Caroline1 Nov 8, 2012 05:56 AM

      THANK YOU! Or I could also use search on the edit menu, BUT... I still miss all those cute little pictures that told me who else is talking. Some times progress is a painful...

      1. re: Caroline1
        small h Nov 8, 2012 06:37 AM

        Yes, I liked the "who's talking" feature as well (I think that's what it was called). it was interesting to see at a glance whether a thread had a host of participants, or was primarily a back-and-forth between two or three people.

    2. mudaba Nov 8, 2012 11:10 AM

      Hi Caroline1,

      We removed the "Who's Talking" box from discussion pages in early June. No plans to bring it back, though we are going to release a redesign in 3 weeks that we hope will make it easier to see who's participating in a discussion.

      Thanks, Meredith

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      1. re: mudaba
        Caroline1 Nov 8, 2012 06:30 PM

        Sheesh! June? And it takes me until November to notice? So much for my keen powers of observation! They're dead! Thanks for the info, Meredith.

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