And here's the third thread (other in second section)
And here's the third thread (other in second section)
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This is still slightly confusing
leigerleiger on 17 Sep 2009 05:48

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Pieter, please try creating a new thread and let me know what you think…
It does seem to work
pieterhpieterh on 22 Sep 2009 11:17

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Although obviously having to create the page in two steps is annoying. We'll fix that with forms.
Maybe iframe will help for now?
tsangktsangk on 26 Sep 2009 04:45

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Maybe iframe will help for now?
How so?
leigerleiger on 26 Sep 2009 09:55

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I was using an iframe suggested by James to redirect back to the main thread, but a significant problem arose from that:
  • Could not edit the page (/noredirect/true had no effect as it wasn't a standard Redirect module)

What were you suggesting for the iframe? Was it this redirect idea, or something else?

Use James' Chatroom Method
tsangktsangk on 26 Sep 2009 10:48

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We can use James' chatroom method. Iframe the editor.

When redirecting, instead of iframing a code, redirect to the code using the module.

New Post
> Redirect Module: Javascript Redirect

Okay, I'll have to look into that
leigerleiger on 26 Sep 2009 16:52

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I have a vague idea of how James' chatroom works, will have to have a look at the code sometime tomorrow morning. Have been meaning to have a closer look ever since he created it, anyway :)

Sounds like you might have found the solution there though.

Just to add something…
leigerleiger on 06 Oct 2009 13:17

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This currently acts just like a real forum. You click on an "edit" button and it takes you to a completely different page to edit the post. Then when you click on "submit changes" it brings you back to the thread.

The only difference here is:

  • One extra step when creating a thread (doesn't automatically create the first post at the same time)
  • One extra step when posting or editing (click 'save' then click 'return to thread' instead of single button doing both)
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