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sigma3

Add clarification to sales categories

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I don't know about others, but pretty much the ONLY way I browse these forums is by "New Posts" or "Today's Active Content," and I am constantly seeing sales threads that sound interesting but turn out to be UK-based. I'm sure many people in the UK feel the same about US sales.

 

Now, I realize that the sales ARE broken down into categories, but when browsing this way you can't see those! So I propose adding a clarification to the actual category names so that for instance it would read "WTS: Camo and Gear (US)" instead of "Camo and Gear." Then I wouldn't have to waste dozens of clicks on threads I'm never going to buy from!

 

Please and thank you?

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I agree! It used to be like this a while ago, I think 2 or 3 upgrades back.

 

It was better that way (imo), but its not the end me the world :)

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I've just set up the site sections so that each now carries a geographical location in the category name.

 

However, I don't realy feel there is a need for 'WTS / WTT' tags as the 'wanted' posts are much less numerous and easily covered within a single section. As the sales sections were always much more diverse in nature, this is why I categorised these.

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No worries. If people desperately do want a WTT tag adding I can do, but it seem pointless with us only having a generic 'Wanted' section in each geographic area anyway. :)

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yar, to be honest, im not fussed about the WTT tags. for me it was more the sales section, as sigma3 said, you clicked on something of interest, only to find it was on another continent...

 

no big deal, but i/we appreciate you guys sorting it out for us :)

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