Thanks for the "Like" feature.

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CyberLN's picture
Thanks for the "Like" feature.

Appreciate it!

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CyberLN's picture
Anyway to get a dislike

Anyway to get a dislike button as well?

ThePragmatic's picture
Agree / Disagree and Like /

Agree / Disagree and Like / Dislike. Not a bad idea.
Wish someone would add a Dislike-button on Facebook...

Jeff Vella Leone's picture
Nice idea cyber

Nice idea cyber

Ellie Harris's picture
I don't think a dislike

I don't think a dislike button helps for debate.

Jeff Vella Leone's picture
The like or dislike is for

The like or dislike is for statistical purposes usually.
Debating is best expressed not voted.

Ellie Harris's picture
Besides a dislike button

Besides a dislike button would increase my chances of missing some of CyberLN's epic combacks or Jeff yelling "that's bs."

Spewer's picture
Whenever I click on "Agree"

Whenever I click on "Agree" it switches to "Disagree" and updates the total. I mean, I'm all about one-click arguing, so this is an awesome feature! Now Ellie's comment above has a "Disagree (1)" from my perspective. Curious, but now when I try to agree, I come across sounding disagreeable.

shawnivie's picture
I have the same issue....

I have the same issue....

Aaron's picture
Yes it's good option and feel

Yes it's good option and feel like facebook style but I believe it may be misused by people who not believe in someone's view and may create problems.

Jeff Vella Leone's picture
It has been misused already,

It has been misused already, by people who do not care what is written but who wrote it.

shawnivie's picture
I can't get the AGREE button

I can't get the AGREE button to work. When I click it, the only option I get is Disagree. Maybe it's because I am using a Chrome browser?

cmallen's picture
If you see "Disagree", it

If you see "Disagree", it means you have already agreed with that post and you can remove that "Agree" vote by clicking on "Disagree". Strange, it's perfectly clear in my brain, but then it looks odd when I write it down. Anyway, Seeing "Disagree" is good. Everyone else sees that the post has been agreed with.

Spewer's picture
Hello cmallen. I did not have

Hello cmallen. I did not have an option to agree with your post. When I clicked on the "Agree" box, all I got was a "Disagree" option. From my perspective, I have clicked "Disagree" to your post, because that is the only option available to me. I was not presented with an "Agree" option. Perhaps everyone else sees that the post has been agreed with, but that is not what the button says I did.

cmallen's picture
Weird, it works for me. I

Weird, it works for me. I clicked agree on your post and now it says "Disagree 1", which says to me that I have agreed and I an the only one who has agreed. If someone else alsobagrees it will say " Disagree 2, Disagree 3, etc." Maybe its something with you guys' browser settings or something else 'techie' like that.

CyberLN's picture
Thanks for the disagree

Thanks for the disagree button!

Jeff Vella Leone's picture
Yea it makes more sens now

Yea it makes more sens now

Jeff Vella Leone's picture
Yea it makes more sens now

Yea it makes more sens now

ThePragmatic's picture
Well, actually...

Well, actually...
Now I can't see if I already have agreed or not. So I end up removing my agree, then clicking to put it back.
A suggestion: Make the agree button green or something if the user has agreed. Perhaps red for the disagree button.

Nyarlathotep's picture
Pragmatic is right. There are

Pragmatic is right. There are 2 "unexpected behaviors"

If you have already clicked agree in the past:

1) if you click agree again, it removes your agree. This might be desirable so as to have a way to remove agree votes you have changed your mind about, but it is confusing (Pragmatic offered a good solution for this).

2) Even weirder: if you click disagree, it adds a disagree vote, but does not remove your previous agree vote. So right now it is possible to cast 2 votes, 1 for agree, and 1 for disagree on the same post.

Nyarlathotep's picture
Now we need a third vote

Now we need a third vote button: a "thinks poster is Kenny" button.

Jeff Vella Leone's picture
An other thing I noticed that

An other thing I noticed that happened after the dislike button was added, is that now you can agree and disagree with your own posts.

Kenny might abuse this feature :P

breanne82's picture
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lhayesh's picture
Those were wise words, but

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