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ISSUES - NEW ISSUE - POSTING - LOST points across ISSUES #3656

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DingBEN opened this issue Feb 2, 2020 · 0 comments
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ISSUES - NEW ISSUE - POSTING - LOST points across ISSUES #3656

DingBEN opened this issue Feb 2, 2020 · 0 comments

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@DingBEN DingBEN commented Feb 2, 2020

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A SUGGESTION TO A small DILEMMA

  • When one is trying to do work with an app in conjunction with evaluating it and encounters so many issues in the process, it is hard to CREATE separate POSTS/ISSUES for each singled out entry.
  • ...first, it is not always clear that an underlying issue exists or which
  • one may not think right away of the separate entity that indeed belongs
  • many separate issues are resolved by one sweeping move, [ ex: colors in config ]

I have edited the existing issues and inserted after-thoughts or new findings that belong in a particular issue.
flagged as follows ->: UPDATE: yy-mm-dd hh:mn

  • I also store each issue in a table of issues with title and full text, so I can apply SQL searches which return rowid, title and appended text.
  • One could take all my posts and append them into a text file and arrive at a comparable search power

anyhow, that should now taper off, thus I will create new entries, rather than update, unless an UPDATE makes better sense, while applying the thinking that an UPDATE is not a good idea... for the obvious reasons. I have no idea how this POSTING SYSTEM flags edits, thus keep in mind that UPDATEs may be buried in the wheat.
Hopefully there is a way to single out all the posts of a single person.

Operating system - WIN7 Pro

SQLiteStudio version - 3.2.1

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