rooster Posted April 19, 2005 Share Posted April 19, 2005 Forum Folk; I exchange counter-spam information with another member on a daily basis using SC PM service. Integrating (copying) some of contents into my personal files makes it easier to organize and develop the information. I also find a number of posts in the Discussion forums handy to have in my personal files. With reference to Invision's Date & Time designations, e.g.: "Today [at] 3:30 pm" or "Yesterday [at] 3:30 p.m.", copied and filed posts and messages require manual date-timing. Reading a 2 week old message temporized with; "Yesterday [at] 3:30 p.m." is not very practical nor useful if the information happens to be time sensitve or if it needs to be set chronologically; such as when reporting a spate of offenses to a Registrar or an ISP. From a business POV, I think most people would appreciate the novelty of presenting a bank cashier with a checque signed by; "Me", made out to; "You", and dated; "Yesterday"; a situation that could be made positively quaint if you wore camoflage and sunglasses when you tried it. On the other hand, If Invision could contract with my Credit Card Company to show all my charges to have been incurred, "Today", I would effectively have a perpetual line of credit that never maxed out and never became, "Past Due". I wonder if there is a practical convenience afforded to other members in using the, "Today/Yesterday" convention which I am failing to appreciate. Happy trails, rooster Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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