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Please insert date on subject line if you are going to use words such as "last night" and "tonight". This will help us all. Thank you.:D
Kipp, the time and date of each post is displayed (in tiny little text) above the poster's name. True, it might be nice if the forum script also displayed the starting post's time and date on the subject line (didn't the old script do that?), but you only have to click on the post to see what night it was talking about.


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Kipp, the time and date of each post is displayed (in tiny little text) above the poster's name. True, it might be nice if the forum script also displayed the starting post's time and date on the subject line (didn't the old script do that?), but you only have to click on the post to see what night it was talking about.


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The issue I am trying to address are the threads such as "no hd on xxxx last night". There are many posts like this about the same shows and its hard to keep track of what is happening when. Clicking on every post to see what night it is talking about is a major waste of time that can be avoided just by members adding a date to their subject line. A lot of times, old threads pop back up and they can appear to be new.
 

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Could the date of origination be incorporated into the space occupied by the thread starter's name?
 
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