- Affected App
- WoltLab Suite Forum
Attention Alexander Ebert: Re-opening this issue as you requested IF I noticed the problem of a "strike line" through the
"Signature" of Admin / Member re-occurring.
The somewhat annoying problem of a "strike line" appearing through the "Signature" - of either Admin or Member
of my Forum - AFTER a post has made made, then immediately Edited, has once again re-surfaced.
I did not notice any problems (re-occurrence) with this issue until just two days ago - in other words, it has happened since the last Update
of Woltlab Core Suite (3.0.5).
Once a Post is made in a Thread, then edited, then "submitted" / republished, without leaving the Thread where the Post has just been been made,
a "strike line" appears thru the Signature Line of the person (Admin or Member) who made the Post.
WITHOUT doing anything, but just leaving the Thread / Post, and going to some other part of the forum / to another thread / post, etc.,
then coming back to the Thread / Post where the "strike Line" was observed to have occurred, the "Signature" no longer has the
Strike Line through it.
The "problem" or "annoyance" regarding this issue is not one that troubles me greatly because I know from experience that if I just ignore the
Strike Line thru my Signature, and go on to something else in the Forum, I know that when I come back to that Post wherein I made an Edit,
the Strike Line will not be there.
HOWEVER, to the Member who does not know this, or whom it is has happened to him / her for the "first time", it may be an issue that is either
annoying, bothersome, or even disturbing. That really is my primary reason for bringing up this issue once again - and of course, so that if any other
Woltlab Forum Software purchaser has encountered the same problem as me, that they won't get upset with Woltlab.
Currently I have a very limited membership with my Forum, so there has not been sufficient time or posts made and edited to make any
noteworthy observation of how much this issue is going to affect my members or future members.