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It's years I'm bankrollmob member but still can't figure out which criteria are used to display forum users logged in.

any ideas Confused Confused Confused


     
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Secret sauce. NSA knows.

     
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Posted by Administrator:
Secret sauce. NSA knows.



...mmh...I guess this is the reason of Edward Snowden being in temporary asylum in Russia


PS: I'm currently evaluating giving you a Thumbs Down

     
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Well, it actually says in the text below the list of members, who is being shown there Agree

     
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Posted by Administrator:
Well, it actually says in the text below the list of members, who is being shown there Agree


I surely appear dumb ... but still can't get you.....

PS: I'm currently finding out how to give myself a Thumbs Down

     
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Posted by magatt966:
It's years I'm bankrollmob member but still can't figure out which criteria are used to display forum users logged in.

any ideas Confused Confused Confused

There is actually no reliable way to know which users are "logged in". Mostly this works by tracking if there was any "activity" by a user in the recent past. There is no "open" connection between your browser and the server, so the server can't detect whether you left already or not...

BRM filters forum users only, so they customized how it works. I know that in ASP.NET, the standard functionality for this is just about useless, because of the strange way in when it updates the "LastActivityDate" for a user.

     
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Posted by marqis:
Posted by magatt966:
It's years I'm bankrollmob member but still can't figure out which criteria are used to display forum users logged in.

any ideas Confused Confused Confused


BRM filters forum users only, so they customized how it works.



This is my Question

     
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I'm sure that it's not an accurate meter, i men it's def not updated every second or so but basically there are shown members that are online on the forum in that moment...

I guess if you are logged out and you check out the forum your name is not there for sure.

     
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I guess that windows displays forum users logged in at the moment you open/refresh that page.

Being that said (whether correct or not): which is the criterion used to choose the order forum users name is written down? Confused

     
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Hi magatt

Probably something like 1st names are people Tony likes and then to the least he likes Smile

I am usually last Big Smile

Blink

     
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That can not be right.
Tony loves you!
All men love you!
You are our reason for living!
Just ask our man magatt966, he will back me up on this for sure!
wishing you all the best.
be cool

Ronin Cool

     
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It says that it displays only members with forum posts.
Not everyone that surfs the site.
Its not accurate though, since the refresh rate, takes some time for sure.
I have found myself logged in while i wasnt.
About the order now every time i get logged in it shows me as the last one.

     
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Posted by Mober:

About the order now every time i get logged in it shows me as the last one.


...mmmhh....as easy as that Confused Question Confused

     
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I think order is based on duration ppl are logged in/ refresh forum/ mobaccount page.

     
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Posted by SuperNoob:
I think order is based on duration ppl are logged in/ refresh forum/ mobaccount page.


may you please explain it better? Worship Worship

     
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I do not think duration is a factor because i usually let the BRM browser open all the time so i should be one of the first names.

I tend to believe that the mob account number of each BRM member is the criteria. I also observed it's not related to the alphabetical order of the nicknames.

     
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