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Zero2Cool
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2013-11-12T02:58:25Z
Currently, the only way to find out if someone has given you thanks is by checking the thread. Could we add a little notification button/link that would display notifications for things like such as ..

received PM

buddy request

someone quoted your post an replied

someone thanked your post

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Zero2Cool
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2013-11-14T16:57:28Z
Well, I think it'd be neat.
tha_watcha
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2013-11-15T00:34:55Z
Originally Posted by: Zero2Cool 

Currently, the only way to find out if someone has given you thanks is by checking the thread. Could we add a little notification button/link that would display notifications for things like such as ..

received PM

buddy request

someone quoted your post an replied

someone thanked your post

We'll we have the view thanks page for that where you can view all thanks given and received

http://forum.yetanotherforum.net/yaf_viewthanks.aspx?u=18286 


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Zero2Cool
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2013-11-15T13:41:37Z
Suppose I could use that link and write my own user control. Just would be nice to have it built in so when you log in you can see how many new posts or topics plus the other things mentioned. Not sure the trade off in page load speed is worth having something "nice" though.
Zero2Cool
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2013-11-15T19:33:04Z
Hmm, when I use that link on my site it is not working as one would expect.

First topic it shows as

Received Thank No times(s) Posted 5 months ago

1- shouldn't it display the most recent post that received a Thanks?

2- when i click the post there is 9 thanks

However, on THIS site, it did show the amount.

Was thanked: 2 time(s)

but it didn't show the latest Thank received.

aliciarohail
2014-01-13T07:59:02Z
I looked at TapaTalk for one of my YAF forums... TapaTalk uses XML-RPC over HTTP - and has a detailed API listing of what it calls for. A web-service could probably handle this... I don't have the skills to do something like that currently, though --
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