OH! That makes a lot more sense.
OH! That makes a lot more sense.
I don't think this forums Like button is connected to Facebook in any way (?)
Facebook doesn't get notified automatically on every Like. (correct me if I'm wrong)
Facebook Recommend will allow visitors to recommend/like pages which will post a link on the wall of their Facebook account. This does not require the Facebook application.
https://xenforo.com/community/threads/facebook-recommend.78743/ said:Aug 23, 2014 #7
I think there is some confusion over what this feature is supposed to do. It does not create a "normal" wall post, as if you had manually posted a link to something, and so will not appear on your wall/timeline for all to see, unfortunately. As per Brogan's screenshot, it simply adds a tiny post to the "Recent Activity" block at the very bottom of the left-hand info. pane of your profile page, where no-one will notice it.
It would be great if there was a "Share this to Facebook" option that would post this to your wall, like most news/other sites! :)
Note: Date on this session has been corrected. The correct date is 5 August. There is no session on 8 August.
A: ... the frequency vibrational level has more to do with the emotional path that leads either to Service to Self at its greatest possible expression, or Service to Others at its greatest possible expression, not with intellectual capacity.
Q: (L) The reason I ask this is because I have noticed that certain persons can skew the incoming material in the direction of their particular prejudices because of their emotional attachment to these prejudices. And I am sure that my own prejudices have an influence as well. But, I notice that very often the understanding of the material by others is quite different from what Frank and I understand. It seems that we all hear something different. Does this indicate a vibrational differential which could be considered a lack of rapport, or some other phenomenon of which I am not aware?
A: The only phenomenon that is present here that is in any way related to the situation you describe is what could be termed intellectual capacity, which is not related directly to vibrational frequency. Think, if you will, in your lifetime have you ever met either a) an individual that you did not perceive to be particularly intellectually developed, who was, nevertheless, of a very kind and loving and giving nature; or b)an individual whom you perceive to have great intellectual capacity who was, nevertheless, extremely selfish and non-giving and not generous and not concerned about anyone's well being but their own?
Q: ....... (L) I have a little theory that people who are en rapport tend to think in similar ways or with similar patterns, even if at different levels. And I think that because of emotional similarity or identity of purpose or orientation, that they might almost begin to think as one mind or move as one body, to work as a unit. Why is this not happening? Why the disparity?
A: The real issue involved is one of intellectual capacity, which, in and of itself, can lead to all sorts of emotional entanglements and frictions. It does not require a differential in vibrational frequency level to produce the types of symptoms that you describe. It is merely intellectual capacity that is inferior rather than the vibrational frequency level. Again, this vibrational frequency level involves nature of being and emotion, not intelligence.
Thanks for letting us know brenXHkm. Here are the fixed links for the thread Important threads - "What's on your mind":Hi, in the thread "important threads - what's on your mind", only the last 3 links work, the others direct to the home page.
Am I right that there was a 'Jump to New' button between those top/bottom arrows and has been removed because of that complain to safe some space? I miss it because especially with the larger threads containing a lot of external resources the 'new' position gets screwed during the page load and I'm constantly using 'jump to top' and then 'jump to new' again.The arrows on the side are also a constant distraction and having the profile tags on top of the messages rather than to the left cuts the flow of conversation... That besides all of the rest of the upset style, really i doubt this was worth the effort.
If you go to "New posts" or "What's New", and you click on the thread you want to view, it automatically takes you to the new posts since you last read it. Does that help? I've never used the "jump to new" option myself.Am I right that there was a 'Jump to New' button between those top/bottom arrows and has been removed because of that complain to safe some space? I miss it because especially with the larger threads containing a lot of external resources the 'new' position gets screwed during the page load and I'm constantly using 'jump to top' and then 'jump to new' again.