Likes busted

#1
To avoid pages of pointless (yes, in the main entertaining) waffling in the other thread, is there any news on why the 'Likes' module is ker-phucked, and when it might be fixed?
 
#3
I have acknowledged this and will look at it, but the ability to see who likes your posts seems so extremely trivial that I haven't had more than a cursory can-I-fix-it-quick look at it until now. Possibly the back end of this week for a deeper look.
 
#4
I have acknowledged this and will look at it, but the ability to see who likes your posts seems so extremely trivial that I haven't had more than a cursory can-I-fix-it-quick look at it until now. Possibly the back end of this week for a deeper look.
Permission to whine and snivel until said time, Sir?
 
#5
I have acknowledged this and will look at it, but the ability to see who likes your posts seems so extremely trivial that I haven't had more than a cursory can-I-fix-it-quick look at it until now. Possibly the back end of this week for a deeper look.
Can I post a "dislike", Sir?
 
#6
If it's vitally important for someone to see who "Likes" their posts, just go to "My Posts" and click on each one and you will be able to see if anybody does like it or not.
Or you could just worry about something that actually means something in real life !
 
#9
If it's vitally important for someone to see who "Likes" their posts, just go to "My Posts" and click on each one and you will be able to see if anybody does like it or not.
I'm trained in mathematics. Whilst I appreciate repetition as a concept, I don't actually indulge it if it can possibly be avoided. Please bear in mind that the definition of a mathematician is somebody who will spend 10 years trying to avoid 10 minutes actual work or doing the same twice.

Or you could just worry about something that actually means something in real life !
Oh, but it does mean something in real life. Anybody who likes my posts is clearly of a nature such that they should be avoided on the streets. I have a software package that identifies 'likers' and plugs their current location into my GPS. So, if you're walking along a street and somebody gives you a really funny look and crosses over, trust me on this one, it ain't to see what the chicken's up to.
 
#12
I couldn't give a stuff if the like thing works or not. My main concern at this time is should I wear a jacket this morning or not. Like are for kids or Facebook attention seeker types.
 
#13
A quick update. I will look at this and have accepted the point that the who-likes-me page is dear to many, which I'm pleased about. Nice to know that these add-ons are appreciated sometimes.

This morning though I do want to try and solve the slow posting issue and I will be tied up with other stuff for the next couple of days, so the fix is not imminent.
 
#19
This has been very useful, as a lesson in the perils of the 'cloud'. Ever since moving there, the site has been all over the place like a drunken RAF Squadron Leader in a guest's wife's bedroom. All the images disappeared earlier, weird bits keep going wring here and there.

I think I shall stick to proper servers that you can hoy with your boot when they play up.
 
#20
Ponnies, motorbikes and hairless fannies are a few popular ones.
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens surely?
 
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