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askbot: own question list amount limited

asked 2018-07-04 01:37:09 +0300

cemoi71 gravatar image

Hello Sailors and Tjc Captains,

today i remarked that by going into my avatar section, i can't see all my questions.
I don't see my low level questions. Thus is for me complicated, really annoying (nearly impossible).
To have a good focus on these, to manage these, update, close, change. whatever....

To the admins please, would it be possible through an option to expand the list of own question in our account?
Is it possible with the current askbot version or not?
The askbot search is not so handy to find all our questions by asking after our nickname. :-(

Many thanks in advance to have it clear.

Have a nice sail

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I assume you have asked a lot of question ;) Does it limit the number of question shown, and if so to how many?

Is there a 'show more' option like with answers?

Personally I wish askbot wouldn't sort by 'likes' but list chronologically.

DaveRo ( 2018-07-05 11:26:20 +0300 )edit

yes, a lot.
seems to be limited, but don't know on how much (i'm lazy to count it: don't want to spend time for it).
How many i missed, is currently not relevant for me. I know that i have question with less 0 votes. And i can't see them.
No show more settings.
Chronological sort is good, by like too but should possible decremental....

cemoi71 ( 2018-07-05 13:42:35 +0300 )edit

i wonder why no admin react...

cemoi71 ( 2018-07-05 13:43:50 +0300 )edit

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answered 2018-08-31 00:22:01 +0300

Keto gravatar image

Askbot seems to have hard coded limit of 100 questions on that page, so unfortunately it's not possible to expand that with any option.

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@Keto many thx for answer... hmm that's uncomfortable to manage the own questions...

cemoi71 ( 2018-09-05 01:27:15 +0300 )edit
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