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This is a discussion on Orchid Wish-List in profile within the Using the Boards forums, part of the Managing the OrchidTalk Experience category; Hi BD, This is a fantastic idea! It's true, I also forget to write down ...
This is a fantastic idea! It's true, I also forget to write down the names of the plants I see and like here. Now I already started using the wish list.
Hopefully I can find some plants of my list in the future.
Thank for this great idea!
Great Idea Bruce. Thanks once again.
OK I tried it(reply to a thread) and didn't get a heart. Did I do something wrong???
You should see a heart if you did. If you don't see the heart & you answered the question, then hold down your shift key and hit refresh in your browser. That should do it.
Thanks Bruce...nice feature!!
Hey Bruce- My whole wish list fits now, LOL! Thank you!
I really like this new feature! I already put items on my wish list!!
I am not sure if I am overlooking something but I don't see it either?OK I tried it(reply to a thread) and didn't get a heart
Edit: I understand now. I only see the heart after I have posted my message. I was looking for it in the message editing box prior to posting.
Yes, it requires you to reply to the post to see the heart. This way you will not get too excited to put it on your list and not remember to thank or at least acknowledge the member who posted the information or photo.
Plus, it was the best way to design this feature so that only you (OrchidTalk member) has access to your own list. Others can view your list if they visit your profile page, but only you can edit it. It took me awhile to figure out the code to make that happen, but I posted on some coding boards and got some help