Thank you, Sir! It works fine.Try now. I changed the minimum search term length is 3 characters.
Which should be clear to everybody who use two-digit terms, won't be that many.If I set it to 2, it would reduce the relevancy of the results.
Likes from the old forum are not displayed on the new forum.When looking at old threads, I cannot see how many likes a post has on the new forum - only in the archived forum.
I find this a very efficient way of filtering out valuable posts from a thread.
Is it possible to have all likes showing in the new forum (if the archives are still planned to be permanently deleted in July)?
You don't think the Reaction Score is a useful guide to a member's contributions?@Roosh - This was a difficult topic to approach early because nobody wanted to be seen to be jealously guarding their e-benis but I suppose I'm in a position now to say that I think what passes for the current rep system is broken. It favors spam-posting generically favorable sentiment over making fewer high quality posts. I'm not sure but I also think it counts reactions given to PMs meaning that folks who use PMs they way they would a messaging app and mutually like each other's messages are going to farm a lot of reaction points with little to no actual forum presence.
I don't really know of a solution. I always thought reactions divided by post-count would be the best measure but since a lot of people had heaps of posts from being here for years that no longer have likes attached to them it wouldn't really work unless you could wall off pre-shift posts from the equation.
But as it stands? We have some stellar members who this quantity-over-quality rep system is going to bury when newcomers are trying to figure out who to follow and listen to. Maybe the most simple and patriarchal system would be for Roosh to get rid of the highest-reaction-score part of the members tab and just provide a list of forum elders picked by him personally.
As I said, I think it buries the low-quantity-high-quality members. Even if someone posted literally a dozen great datasheets they might end up with a mere 250 reaction score out of that. The old rep system wasn't perfect but there were guys with double digit, triple digit or low quadruple digit post counts who deservedly had high rep scores for providing really high quality content or supporting the forum brotherhood in other ways such as with meetups.You don't think the Reaction Score is a useful guide to a member's contributions?
Unfortunately this is for the old version of Xenforo.I think profanity is banned.
This may be useful: https://xenforo.com/community/resources/sonnb-profanity-filter.903/