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Something about Thanks and Poll results from before the migration...

  • 09-02-2022 3:32am
    #1
    Registered Users Posts: 7,464 ✭✭✭ Quantum Erasure


    all thanks seem to have been wiped, until I try to thank an old post, which it turns out I have thanked before, and the thanks count goes down to -1, (as it counts as an 'un-thank')


    but also when I 'hover over' the Thanks button, a pop up drop down appears listing at least 4 other users who have previously thanked that post... (theres also the text/ button width formatting, but that happens on all 'thanks')

    also, seen recently Beasty added a note to a prominent thread with a poll in it, saying results are not to be trusted. This was highlighted within a couple days of the migration, i think two-option polls had results swapped, the one Beasty commented on seemed more complicated than that... results swapped and amalgamated or I don't know. I presume there's no way of either wiping all votes since migration and 'fixing' the poll, or wiping all votes from before the migration, on any poll on the site ?



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  • Registered Users Posts: 77,688 ✭✭✭✭ Victor


    With thanks, whenever it was applied, clicking again removes the thanks that you previously applied



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