Like and favourite #474

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xray7224 opened this Issue Mar 15, 2013 · 2 comments

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xray7224 commented Mar 15, 2013

This is simple and I don't want to sound like a pedant however, "like" and "favourite" do not mean the same and at least in the webUI they are seen as the same. When I click like on a notice it will show up as "Tsyesika favourited a note". Liking to me at least is very much i found it funny or enjoyed reading it some kind of positive view point on the note/image.

However just because I like something doesn't mean it's my favourite notes or one of my favourite. When see express that something is my favourite or one of my favourites it's of one the best I've seen. I'm not actually sure if we need to have both, I think it would be better to just change favourite to like throughout.

(this also could impact later when people translate the UI's of pump.io or pump clients as if there is not an expressed difference there may not be two words or if there is they might not be able to be used interchangeably)

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larjona Jul 24, 2013

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Issue #579 also talks about this topic.
I think we can concentrate discussion in one of these two issues, and close the other. Not sure about which one to keep, though (the other one is newer, but it has milestone set).

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larjona commented Jul 24, 2013

Issue #579 also talks about this topic.
I think we can concentrate discussion in one of these two issues, and close the other. Not sure about which one to keep, though (the other one is newer, but it has milestone set).

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larjona Mar 20, 2016

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Closing this in favour of #666

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larjona commented Mar 20, 2016

Closing this in favour of #666

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