View Poll Results: Which forum display mode do you prefer

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  • Linear (default)

    19 70.37%
  • Hybrid

    5 18.52%
  • Threaded

    1 3.70%
  • No preference/Don't care

    2 7.41%
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    Question Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Currently the forum display default mode is "linear". Two other options that you can switch to while viewing a thread OR you can set permanently in your user settings are "hybrid" and "threaded". I'm just curious which you folks like better?
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    Default Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Hi kgroneman,

    I prefer the linear mode.

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    Default Re: Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Same here.

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    Default Re: Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Hi
    Hybrid for me...
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    Default Re: Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Linear ...

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    Default Re: Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Linear for me too
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    Default Re: Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    On 2011-02-15, malcolmlewis <malcolmlewis@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    > Hybrid for me...


    Don't care.

    (actually nntp)


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    Smile Re: Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    I prefer Linear.

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    Default Re: Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Quote Originally Posted by oldcpu View Post
    Linear ...
    Perhaps I should amplify, that once I decide to enter a thread, I typically want to see all of the posts as quick as possible, and the way for me to easily to do that is "Linear". I find for the technique that I employ, I am much much slower using the other display methods (threaded and hybrid). To me the slowness that those (threaded and hybrid) impose is the same as the slowness I encounter when trying to use NNTP.

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    Default Re: Re : Which forum display mode do you prefer?

    Linear by default for speed (reading), and Hybrid when the threading isn't obvious. Having the alternatives is useful.

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