eishiya wrote:SBM: That is true...
I'd still at least like the option for a user to hide their Managed comics from their list. I have four comics on my list, only two of which are mine (one I do layout stuff for, the other I update in the author's stead while she's busy). I do NOT want to be thought of as an author to them at all. My contributions to them are already credited in other ways. I want people to see MY comics when they look at my profile, yanno?
I think Site Managers (or any author?) should be hideable, but perhaps it would have to be something set by the users themselves? But that opens up another level of code for Dan to do ):
eishiya wrote:...perhaps the profile problem can be solved by a more general, unrelated system - allow a user to select which comics are shown in their profile, and which are not, regardless of their role in that comic.
I don't know how SJ's database is set up, but I figure there's something of a has-a table between comics and users, so a "display in profile" field could be added to that (and an authorship type field)? I dislike modifying has-a tables for things like this (the less queries have to be run on has-a tables, the better), but I can't think of a better way.
Shoprocks wrote:Surely it's no coincidence that the more I talk about the characters, the gayer they get.
Interterrestrial wrote:...and I can tell you strange things that you probably never wanted to know like the fact that I have a can of beets in my closet and I didn't put it there
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