Members on line details...robots and guests...

Discussion in 'Site feedback. Questions and How-to's' started by restart, Oct 21, 2018.

  1. restart

    restart Well-Known Member

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    I had know idea that you could see exactly what the robots are doing by clicking on the “Members Online” heading on the forum front page.
    Fascinating!
    The web is such a consumer of time...

    https://www.e9coupe.com/forum/online/
     
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    Markos Parts Hoarder Staff Member Site Donor $$

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    I've asked the Bing robot if it would be willing to restore my car. I figure with it's extenive forum research and precision welding skills, it's just the righr robot for the job.
     
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    restart Well-Known Member

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    Ok another question while I have your attention:) does,the forum present differently between “logged in” and “not logged” in? Not talking about alerts or not being able to comment but actual filtering of listings.

    I was,poking around and I thought I noticed some listings were not available when logged out. Not sure tho. It made me think of the possibility .that members and admin could skim all the sweet part deals:eek:joking!

    Also curious about modern day forum protocol on editing ones own comment where one has made an error, changes a price to sold..lists an item to sold or more specifically has said something they want to unsay..?
     
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    autokunst Well-Known Member Site Donor $$

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    I didn't realize there was protocol on this. I occasionally realize a typo right after I post, and I quickly edit it to correct the misspelling, or whatever I found. I have also, on occasion, gone in and removed a comment I've made - usually when I realized that I was being a jerk or not constructive and wanted to erase that scar on the forum. :confused:
     
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