|ID: 64 ||Title: How capt. logs are listed? ||Replies: 4 ||Read: 1601 ||Author: 2 |
|Name: Chuck Baier Posts: 6 ** Vancouver Time: 2003-2-12_16:6:29||
I have visited the site many times but am totally perplexed. How do you determine which logs go to
the top? I logged on today and a post from November was at the top. You took away the choice to sort
by occurace date when you changed the board. It is very confusing and the recent posts get lost.
|Name: Tom Yang Posts: 110 Vancouver Time: 2003-2-14_2:33:24||
The captain logs are sorted by last updated time so a "new" log
shows up at top even its occuring date was two month old. Or,
when the author decide to edit his/her logs, they show up at top as well.
The "occurance date" is still there. The name was shorten to just "date"
since there's not much space left on the page.
You can click at "date" column to change the default and
sort it by occurance date. Click again to change the direction. If most
people prefer sorting by occurance date, I can easily change it.
Please speak up!
|Name: Chuck Baier Posts: 6 ** Vancouver Time: 2003-2-14_16:21:16||
Tom, Thanks for the reply. The problem is the date brings up the oldest instead of the most recent
date. Maybe you could reverse that. Thanks, Chuck
|Name: Tom Yang Posts: 110 Vancouver Time: 2003-2-15_0:14:25||
Now I see what's bugging you... it's an error from the MySQL date display.
It's fixed now. Thanks|
|Name: Chuck Baier Posts: 6 ** Vancouver Time: 2003-2-15_16:21:49||
|Tom, Thanks, That was fast.|