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how can i modify the number of display topic subjects
How-To Posted by takashi on Tuesday June 26, 05:41PM, 2001
from the dept.
hi, i'm using squishdot 0.7.3 on zope 2.3.2. i would like to change the number of displaying topic subjects.

i made a Plain vanilla site. and as we posted, some early postings are not shown. may be index.html shows only 10 topic postings by default. how can i deal with it? i would like to show every postings.

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    Re: how can i modify the number of display topic subjects
    by Thijs Koetsier on Friday August 03, 03:51PM, 2001
    You can edit the number of postings shown by using the manager of your Squishdot-site. When your site is located in www.yourdomain.com/squishdot then the manager is in www.yourdomain.com/squishdot/manage

    In this screen you can click on the "Options"-tab en change the number of maximum posts.
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    • Re: how can i modify the number of display topic subjects
      by Dave Rossignol on Thursday September 13, 02:45PM, 2001
      Does anyone know how well this option really works? We had 18 topics but only 10 were showing up even though the maximum was set to 30. I set it to 100 and all 18 showed up.

      Is there a way to either specify unlimited number of topics or if it is going to cut them off then supply a "next 10" type of link?

      Thanks for any input.
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      • Re: how can i modify the number of display topic subjects
        by Shane on Sunday December 09, 05:54AM, 2001
        In his "Customizing Squishdot", Butch describes how it works. Basically, I believe the number entered is the total number of posts from today that will be displayed. Any more and they will be moved to the list on the right.

        However, a minimum is calculated (1/3 of the maximum) that will always appear, even if that many haven't been posted today. That's the effect you're seeing. Personally, I haven't ever had 30 posts (my max posts setting) in any single day, so I always see the most recent 10 (from the last several days).
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