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Newest Nodes User Setting vs Scriptorium: Patch(es) request

by dfaure (Chaplain)
on Oct 11, 2004 at 21:28 UTC ( [id://398300] : pmdevtopic . print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

One of wikis good features was to see directly from the Cabalists' Nodelet if they were modified since the last visit or not, thanks to the asterisks.

Now with the Scriptotium, we could use the Newest Nodes or the prettiest Recently Active Threads (thanks again demerphq, you made a really good job), but... ...the Scriptorium had been forgotten from NN User Settings!

More precisely, the list hasn't been updated and is still containing a "Site Manuscripts".

May be with a little help from our devils?

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HTH, Dominique
The understanding is the man best shared out thing: Whatever how much he has, he always feels having enough. -- Coluche (free translation)

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Re: Newest Nodes User Setting vs Scriptorium: Patch(es) request
by davido (Cardinal) on Oct 12, 2004 at 07:27 UTC
      Maybe I'm misunderstanding your comment, but the fact is that Scriptorium does show up in Newest Nodes (as "Site Manuscripts") if you just turn "Site Manuscripts" on in your User Settings.

      You're right. I'm afraid I've to buy another brain (my new signature couldn't be so well suited)...

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      HTH, Dominique
      The understanding is the man best shared out thing: Whatever how much he has, he always feels having enough. -- Coluche (free translation)