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It isn't a bad idea, but i think typing would suit it better.
For example, to show the member i really like their work, i'd comment by typing.
Typing can show that you took the time to compliment someone or something.
A like button would be kind of nice, but i would probably still comment by typing.
Even with a like button option.
I agree with Mcutieface. The "like" button isn't necessarily a bad feature, and if WI users are like my Facebook friends, it would be used quite often.
However, I prefer complimenting people by typing. This kind of shows that you care enough to actually take the time to create a personalized message. I enjoy it when people comment rather than simply click "like" (this is on Facebook).
But I suppose all people are different, and if the button could cater to different preferences, that would be great. It's an interesting idea, even if it's not possible.
i don't think this would be an option for vB, but anyways, it's unnecessary in my opinion. why do we need a 'like' button when we can just comment? all you have to type is that you like/love the photo, whatever you want to say,etc. it's not that hard.
besides, if it was me, i'd rather get a comment than a like.
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