If its Clive, its pervy. Hehe.
I would say the Biz is on the Money here..
Last I knew of Clive having any Female contact was milking his Goat.
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Posted 17 July 2015 - 02:33 PM
Something I've always wanted was the ability to search for movies by date. So for instance I want to see all the movies that were uploaded June 2012. I dont see this functionality on the demo.
Is it possible to use star rating instead of thumbs up/down?
Can the review length be changed? Current limit is 500 characters.
Edited by kuroken, 20 July 2015 - 01:09 PM.
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Posted 20 July 2015 - 05:27 PM
personally I like the star system rating but I do see your point on add more stars to give a more accurate feel to each movie to. As for adding more stars we dont want the user to be overwhelmed with 10 stars (did a paint to see how it look) but I think keeping around 8 stars might give you the best option the matter. One it gives the user enough stars where not overwhelming and you could base rating on 2 star okay 4 star good 6 star better and 8 star best.
tell me your thoughts.
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Posted 21 July 2015 - 12:17 AM
Might not actually be possible but is there any way we'd be able to have just next to the stars a figure that shows us exactly what the average rating given was, to the nearest 0.01? (say as an example, having the 5 star graphic and then in brackets next to it: Average X.XX, based on X ratings)?
I feel like that would be a good way of more accurately judging what an audience thought of a film without the visual bombardment of a 10 star ratings system. I think at the moment (and as long as TMU has existed tbh) almost every film released ends up with 5 stars so it makes it a bit meaningless if we can't use the ratings to see what our audience responds best to.
That's the only aspect to me where the old TMO site trumps TMU... :innocent:
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