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Input fields for volumes/chapters read.

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Post #544908

2:37 pm, Apr 10 2012
Posts: 119

I suggest to replace +10/-5 buttons with either a drop-down list or an input field.

Rationale behind this suggestion is bothersomeness of having to click tens of times to set chapter count, not being able to set it fast enough (if you double click it selects text instead) and, well, the fact that it's simply stupid.

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3:12 pm, Apr 10 2012
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Actually you can click on the vertical edit, right before the volume/chapter links and enter manually what volume/chapter you're at.

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Post #544959

11:57 pm, Apr 10 2012
Posts: 317

nesfe is right; you can use the "edit" button to manually input volume and chapter values.

Though I'd just want to point out that you can only do this in your lists; you can't do this in the individual series pages.

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6:07 pm, Apr 11 2012
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A drop-down list would indeed be nice, but imagine trying to code that. If it's not entirely necessary, don't expect to see it for a while (if at all).

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1:06 pm, Apr 13 2012
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My concern is simply that series with large numbers of chapters (think Negima) would have incredibly long drop-down lists that would increase load times. Input fields are much preferred in that regard.

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8:48 pm, Apr 13 2012
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Drop down lists are unpleasant as a general rule.

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