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Recently I have noticed that several polls start popping up that are very old. For instance, one came up a little while ago in general discussions that is like 3 years old. Also, several polls I have seen come up months after they were started when posting wasn't allowed in them and then hang around for several more months.
I'm wondering if there is a way that polls can have a time limit such as the posting in a thread to prevent the threadnomancing that seems to be occurring. Maybe I just care to much about it, but it just seems a little dumb that a several year old thread can come back from the dead by way of a poll.
Originally Posted by The Paint Monkey
I agree this would be nice. Or possibly rather than forcing someone to set a time limit/ having a time limit forced upon them it could be set so that voting in a poll does not bump the thread to the top of the list like a post does?
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Yes, good idea. I'm sick of threads with polls popping up in my User CP, and when I check, no-one new has posted. I generally end up unsubscribing from them it gets that annoying. Any way we can have some kind of reform on the way the polls work?
I think this is a very good idea
Edit: A great example to illustrate the point ---> http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...t=21040&page=3 (Worst Reality Tv Show?)
Last edited by Sammy the Squib; March 22nd, 2007 at 11:36.
My god a few months is bad enough in my opinion it shows complete stupidity they didn't even comment I am on this bandwagon
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