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Spoiler Button
Lodatz 1 year ago Edited
Tottenham Hotspur, England 149 4930

Is there any possibility of adding some kind of Spoiler button to the forum? That would allow us to post a bunch of info and charts etc without cluttering up the screen space of anyone else who doesn't want to wade through them.

For instance, I'm... discussing with Golazo111 in a thread about the PL big spenders, and want to show him some information about Chelsea's title winning squad last season. The thing is, the infographic file is rather large, as I'll demonstrate:

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See what I mean?

To cut a long story short, the information is to demonstrate the truth of a claim made in the discussion, but I don't want everyone else to have to clutter up their screen with it if they'd prefer to just trust that I'm posting accurate information I can substantiate at any time. With a Spoiler button, each member can choose whether to expand or collapse this information.

Is such a thing at all on the cards? It might elevate discussions if we can start posting large amounts of information without necessarily slowing down threads.

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tuan_jinn 1 year ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 184 6448

That's an interesting suggestion.

I do sometimes find it unncessary to reload the whole pic of the original post or other again and again as we scroll through the thread pages.

A button of "Do not load images" would make sense, or only load in the page page the whole thing again, some mart algorithm there.

But I dont think this request would go high on the backlog of FR, there are probably a lot higher prio things to build first, but it worths the shot.

Lodatz 1 year ago
Tottenham Hotspur, England 149 4930

Fair enough. I don't know how easy or hard it is to do these things. It was just an idea.

raimondo90 1 year ago
Valencia, Argentina 89 2475

I also wish we had the choice for post to load either from oldest to newest (current format) or newest to oldest. It's a drag having to open a post then click the last page and scroll down especially when that post is active.

Emobot7 1 year ago
391 9632

This could be really helpful with gif thread as well because it take a really long time to load all the gif (even those you already seen). :D