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    Has anyone else noticed that, when you view the profile of anyone else, there is no posts per day count? For me, for example, it says:
    Total Posts: 6486 ( posts per day)
    Usually, it would say something like
    Total Posts: 6486 (5.05 posts per day)
    Perhaps there was a thread about this and I just missed it. I haven't been on CBoard much lately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwks View Post
    Has anyone else noticed that, when you view the profile of anyone else, there is no posts per day count? For me, for example, it says:

    Usually, it would say something like

    Perhaps there was a thread about this and I just missed it. I haven't been on CBoard much lately.
    Yep, there was a post on this recently. It happened with the last update... if you notice you also can't see what people are viewing when you look at their profile. I'm not too concerned... I use third party methods of spying on all of you, anyway.
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    manav actually mentioned it in the bugs and strange things thread:

    Bugs (and strange things...)

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    Ah yes, I figured someone must have noticed it by now . . . .

    It's not just that, but lots of things are missing. There's nothing by "Status:", for example. I'm almost certain avatars used to be displayed, but they aren't any more. There's no Additional Information, such as web sites and so on. I think signatures used to be in there as well, but I'm not completely sure about that.

    Anyway, I'm not too concerned either. I just thought someone might want to know about it.
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    Dwk, you shouldn't be so complacent. If they take this from us what's to say they won't take your moving avatar next? Your wife? Your kids? Your house? These boards have powers... Political powers.

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    Sure glad it's not there. It used to embarrass me.

    > If they take this from us what's to say they won't take your moving avatar next? Your wife? Your kids? Your house?

    Your computer! Argh!
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    This was a nice feature. Good to keep scores. I think most of the features are removed because the web master did not know how to make them active after (a possible) update of the board.

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