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Msquare Posted - 27/05/2004 : 00:44:27
Sorry for being dense, but when does the "Accolades to do" item seen on "My fwfr" get populated? I presume this is a list of accolades I intend to complete, or "inadvertendly" started on by reviewing a film.

On the same line, is there a "list of Accolades"? There is an implicit one in the dropdown list in advanced search.

Msquare
(Member waiting on getting his first batch of reviews approved....)

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thefoxboy Posted - 18/08/2007 : 05:23:10
quote:
Originally posted by LadyMeerkat

quote:
Originally posted by thefoxboy



As far as I know, there is nothng you can do to change it.
I have mentioned it elsewhere, I would love to be able to turn the accolades to do list off.


Why so? I reckon it's handy but not for accolades for which I have only one review.



They are just there to taunt me.
LadyMeerkat Posted - 17/08/2007 : 08:39:51
quote:
Originally posted by thefoxboy



As far as I know, there is nothng you can do to change it.
I have mentioned it elsewhere, I would love to be able to turn the accolades to do list off.


Why so? I reckon it's handy but not for accolades for which I have only one review.
TitanPa Posted - 17/08/2007 : 03:01:29
Msquare didn't stay long
thefoxboy Posted - 17/08/2007 : 02:46:36
quote:
Originally posted by LadyMeerkat

Reviving this thread because I have a question regarding Accolades to do.

Is it possible to click something to put them in order of which ones you have done more reviews for?
eg: I have 13 out of 17 for the Studio Ghibli accolade
but I have to click the little blue button to see that,
while a whole bunch of other accolades for which
I have only one review out of 3 (and am not really interested in pursuing they just incidently happen to be part of those accolades) are listed first.

I understand that at the moment they are listed as a percentage of reviews done to achieve it rather than number of reviews.



Once upon a time, it showed the accolades that required the lest amount needed to complete the accolade. So 1 out of 2 or 178 out of 179 would be up the top. in the last year or so, I have found that it has changed and seems to be different everyday, to me anyway.

As far as I know, there is nothng you can do to change it.
I have mentioned it elsewhere, I would love to be able to turn the accolades to do list off.
LadyMeerkat Posted - 17/08/2007 : 02:31:34
Reviving this thread because I have a question regarding Accolades to do.

Is it possible to click something to put them in order of which ones you have done more reviews for?
eg: I have 13 out of 17 for the Studio Ghibli accolade
but I have to click the little blue button to see that,
while a whole bunch of other accolades for which
I have only one review out of 3 (and am not really interested in pursuing they just incidently happen to be part of those accolades) are listed first.

I understand that at the moment they are listed as a percentage of reviews done to achieve it rather than number of reviews.
TitanPa Posted - 16/06/2004 : 23:18:45
Done that already. Check my earlier posts. IT doesnt give me a place to upload photos. I cant even click on the question mark Trophy.

randall Posted - 16/06/2004 : 22:08:22
Then the first thing to do is hit the "Edit" button once you've called up one of your own accolades. That should give you the page that lets you choose trophies and upload images.

TitanPa Posted - 16/06/2004 : 21:32:58
im sure. I want to change my own accolades that I have made.

randall Posted - 16/06/2004 : 21:15:22
You sure you're not looking at your "Accolades Won" page? I believe there's a big question-mark trophy for MULHOLLAND DRIVE alone. Remember, you can't affect the shape of a trophy unless you created the accolade yourself.

TitanPa Posted - 16/06/2004 : 20:55:22
I dont have that. plus some trophys over lap other trophys so i cant choose those. I cant even click on the question trophy. also i swiped my mouse over the entire page. there then appears a cursor..but its on the bottom of the page and is invisible.

randall Posted - 16/06/2004 : 19:38:28
Titan: when you create [or edit] an accolade, you'll see a section called "Trophy Details." You can choose the shape of your trophy, or, way down at the bottom, you can check a box to upload an image. Then you can browse to select a pic to place on your accolade trophy. It's quite similar to uploading an avatar.

Note that only the creator of an accolade can dress up the trophy, not the achiever of one.
TitanPa Posted - 16/06/2004 : 08:13:05
I still dont understand the accolade photo trophies. I cant click on the question trophy and there is no place to upload a photo. help please.

randall Posted - 02/06/2004 : 14:00:47
Welcome, Msquare! Don't worry...Benj will get to you before long. Have fun!

MguyXX Posted - 27/05/2004 : 01:40:22
Yo Msquare! (Are we related? Seems we have a certain name similarity.

"Accolades to do" is a function of the film reviewed: the list identifies unfinished accolades that list some or all of the films for which you have reviews posted.

To my knowledge, only the drop down in the search feature tells you about all of the accolades.

The trophy cabinet is really neato.

Welcome, good luck, over-and-out.


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