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I have had problems with not having sufficient knowledge of a member, and I'm sure many others have too. This can occur when a someone is posting about a fellow member and call them, for example, a "he" when they are a "she", or vice versa. This can be rather frustrating, for it has happened to me a jillion times.
How to solve this problem? I know that there used to be gender symbols above select people's names before when typed into the "Members List" search, but they were deleted. Are there restrictions to keeping a gender symbol somewhere?
I was hoping for the chance to have an indication somewhere to the left of a person's post (in the same area as the avatar, among others) so a person would be informed immediately the gender to refrain from making the above mistake.
Is this a good idea? Or is it obsolete because of certain restrictions on this website? I would like to find out!
Here's for anyone who wants to add their gender symbol:
Go to the User CP and click on "Edit Options". The first section will have a drop-down box called "Gender". Drop it down to what you want!
Last edited by monkeecj; 06-12-2008 at 07:51 PM.. Reason: Added instructions
[quote=monkeecj;8138831]I have had problems with not having sufficient knowledge of a member, and I'm sure many others have too. This can occur when a someone is posting about a fellow member and call them, for example, a "he" when they are a "she", or vice versa. This can be rather frustrating, for it has happened to me a jillion times.
I've had that happen to me, too!
Maybe a little pink smiley face or a blue smiley face under the username would be one way to solve that.
(Kind of old fashioned, with the colors, but a fairly simple solution.)
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