Managing Users

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ByteEnable
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Managing Users

Post by ByteEnable »

Hi,

I find it akward that the "manage users" page has a search form. The pop-up window that pops up when clicking on the link below the input form would be a much nicer default page.

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Re: Managing Users

Post by Yawnster »

May I ask how else are you going to find single users? The only other option would be a list, but if your forum has 2 million members then your a little screwed there :P

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Re: Managing Users

Post by ByteEnable »

The search html would still be shown in conjunction with the html from the link as described in my previous post.

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Re: Managing Users

Post by Eelke »

What Yawnster means is, what info would you put in the form and/or what would be the purpose of an empty form? There's no user to show the data for. So, your first task in administering users is to select a user, which is exactly how things work now. So I suppose what we're trying to understand is, what would be the added benefit of showing the form?

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