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Banning list should be descending by default #138

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mmadhankumar opened this Issue Oct 9, 2013 · 5 comments

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mmadhankumar commented Oct 9, 2013

the banned users list at www.forum.com/modcp.php?action=banning should always be descending by default instead of the current ascending list.

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labrocca commented Oct 10, 2013

Agreed.

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@mmadhankumar @labrocca Is the issue here with there being pages and pages of permanently banned users before the users who only have temporary bans? If so, I think we can keep the order of the query but sort the array and stick them at the end.

We're then left with something like this:

Paul - 1 Day
Ben - 6 Months
James - Permanent
Ryan - Permanent

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nmalcolm commented Dec 10, 2013

@mmadhankumar @labrocca Is the issue here with there being pages and pages of permanently banned users before the users who only have temporary bans? If so, I think we can keep the order of the query but sort the array and stick them at the end.

We're then left with something like this:

Paul - 1 Day
Ben - 6 Months
James - Permanent
Ryan - Permanent

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mmadhankumar Dec 10, 2013

@nmalcolm no I mean the list of permanent bans. The list is now listed in ascending order based on ban date, so in order to look for recently banned member we need to go to the last page.

For ex. right now a member banned on jan 2013 is listed first while the member banned in December 2013 listed on last page.

It would be better if its listed in descending order of ban date so recent bans comes in first page.

Your idea looks even good would make it even better. We shall have like this

Paul - 1 Day
Ben - 6 Months
James - Permanent (banned on dec. 2013)
Ryan - Permanent (banned on nov. 2013)

mmadhankumar commented Dec 10, 2013

@nmalcolm no I mean the list of permanent bans. The list is now listed in ascending order based on ban date, so in order to look for recently banned member we need to go to the last page.

For ex. right now a member banned on jan 2013 is listed first while the member banned in December 2013 listed on last page.

It would be better if its listed in descending order of ban date so recent bans comes in first page.

Your idea looks even good would make it even better. We shall have like this

Paul - 1 Day
Ben - 6 Months
James - Permanent (banned on dec. 2013)
Ryan - Permanent (banned on nov. 2013)

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@mmadhankumar Currently we order by lifted in ascending order. From what it seems, you want it to be ordered by dateline in descending order?

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nmalcolm commented Feb 25, 2014

@mmadhankumar Currently we order by lifted in ascending order. From what it seems, you want it to be ordered by dateline in descending order?

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mmadhankumar Feb 26, 2014

Yes. If the list is ordered by descending dateline, it will be easier to check who banned whom or to edit bans right in the first page at www.forum.com/modcp.php?action=banning, instead of going to the last page.

mmadhankumar commented Feb 26, 2014

Yes. If the list is ordered by descending dateline, it will be easier to check who banned whom or to edit bans right in the first page at www.forum.com/modcp.php?action=banning, instead of going to the last page.

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