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1. Posted: Tue 6th Apr 2010 03:44 BST
So, I'm not a huge forum user, here or at other sites, but I like me a good forum conversation now and again. But as much as I like the community here the lack of email notifications for threads one has commented on keeps me from participating more. Starting up this topic I can click on the Yes underneath Watch this topic: and I'll be (almost-)instantly notified when someone posts in here, but there doesn't seem to be any notifications like these for when you merely comment on a thread. In my profile settings I've got Yes clicked under Receive Emails From Us? for all that I never receive NintendoLife emails. Am I missing something? Is there any way that function can be added to the forums?
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2. Posted: Tue 6th Apr 2010 03:54 BST
Above every thread to the right are two links, one for 'Post Reply' and another for 'Watch Topic'. Is that what you're asking for, a way to get e-mail notifications from threads you haven't personally created?
Edited on Tue 6th April, 2010 @ 03:57 by theblackdragon
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3. Posted: Tue 6th Apr 2010 04:00 BST
I had a feeling it was something real simple . . . Thanks.
4. Posted: Tue 6th Apr 2010 04:04 BST
no problem, it's easy to miss stuff when it's right in front of your face; i do it all the time lol D:
that said, if you've got topics watched and are not receiving e-mail notifications, you'll want to use the contact form to let the admins know. :3
5. Posted: Thu 8th Apr 2010 02:17 BST
Okay, next question: is there any way we can get automatic-topic-watching-added-when-commenting-on-a-thread added? It would be so bad if I could just click [color=blue]Watch Topic[/color] and be done with it, but getting yanked out of the thread to confirm yes, I want to watch the topic, is really annoying.
Edited on Thu 8th April, 2010 @ 02:21 by Bakajin
6. Posted: Thu 8th Apr 2010 02:20 BST
are you using a browser that has tabs? if so, i usually open stuff i know will ask for confirmation in a new tab and keep doing what i'm doing in the existing one. then, when i'm done, i just close the one tab and confirm in the other one.
having it be automatic wouldn't be a good thing, i don't think, mainly because everyone's inboxes would wind up stuffed to the gills with notifications, lol. having it be an option you can click just before hitting 'post reply' wouldn't be a bad idea, though, IMO.
7. Posted: Thu 8th Apr 2010 02:28 BST
That's not a bad idea, though I usually always have fifteen tabs going at once that navigating those can be a pain.
On an unrelated note, do you know what I'm doing wrong with my BBCode up above? I don't use it a whole lot, but as far as I can tell I have that written out correctly. Even tried adding in the British U to the word in case you can set BBCode parameters to British spelling, kind of like the spellcheck on this site always has a problem with my American spellings, but unsurprisingly enough that didn't help.
8. Posted: Thu 8th Apr 2010 02:33 BST
Here's a question: How do I STOP getting email notifications? Because I clicked "No" in the Checkbox that says "Recieve Email Notifications", yet I still get them. It's really, really annoying, and it fills up my in-box really fast, which I then have to sort through to find the important stuff. I might just have to change my email address, but if there's any way that I can stop it myself, I would appreciate it.
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9. Posted: Thu 8th Apr 2010 08:05 BST
At the top of every topic should be an option to "unwatch topic". That should do the trick!
10. Posted: Thu 8th Apr 2010 08:14 BST
That's not a bad idea, though I usually always have fifteen tabs going at once that navigating those can be a pain.On an unrelated note, do you know what I'm doing wrong with my BBCode up above? I don't use it a whole lot, but as far as I can tell I have that written out correctly. Even tried adding in the British U to the word in case you can set BBCode parameters to British spelling, kind of like the spellcheck on this site always has a problem with my American spellings, but unsurprisingly enough that didn't help.
I don't think the forums allow the use of colored BBCode.
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11. Posted: Fri 9th Apr 2010 22:33 BST
@Bakajin The spell checking is done by your web browser, not the forum itself. You should correctly set your language and dictionary in your browser settings.
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12. Posted: Sat 10th Apr 2010 16:20 BST
If you say so, but this seems to be the only site where my browser tries to make me to spell Britishly.
13. Posted: Sun 11th Apr 2010 20:16 BST
It has detected that the British spellings are completely superior in every way to your daft American versions.
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14. Posted: Sun 11th Apr 2010 21:45 BST
Well, fair enough. I love me an extra U here or there, and if I have to drink out of a can I'd prefer it to be aluminium.