|public myers-briggs votes||(18/09/30 17:18) EnlightenedPrince: ENFP|
|public function votes||(18/09/30 17:20) EnlightenedPrince: ENFP|
|public enneagram votes|
|public instinctual variant votes||(18/09/30 17:20) EnlightenedPrince: so/sx|
|public tritype® votes||(20/03/24 14:34) spaceynyc: 478|
|public sociotype votes||(20/03/24 14:34) spaceynyc: SEE|
|(19/04/20 16:20) kawaii: SEE|
|(18/09/30 17:22) EnlightenedPrince: SEI|
|public psychosophy votes|
|public hexaco votes|
spaceynyc INFx 4w5 459 sp/sx IEI-Ni|
She's 100% Se valuing, but I can't tell if she's EIE or SEE. I can see the Gamma Fi sort of thing but I can also see the Beta drama thing going on with her as well.
2020-03-18 11:05:55am (post #7795)
strawberry crisis enfp 7 |
Kawaii, you have to vote "EsxtP" or "EsxfP" to get "EsxP." "x" by itself is ambiguous because the voting is parsed in pieces (the letter order isn't considered). I might make an "order detector" that would be able to process "EsxP," but I'll try to get that done after I readd tritype voting.
ResoluteSoul, you may be right from a user's perspective. However, I basically redid the entire backend for the site and implemented a joint database system to ensure that the site won't go down nearly as frequently as it did earlier. From a programmer's perspective, the view page from earlier was an absolute mess. The code was out of control to the point where I didn't understand what worked, why it worked, and how I could optimize it. The frontend stuff ended up changing because of that, and I thought the voting system this time both looked better and would end up being more efficient. This has been the case for me, but I can't speak for any of the other users who use the site. I may have gotten ahead of myself and made things more confusing for you guys, and I've hoped that it would be easy to get used to. I don't know what will come of that yet, but this new version of the databank is just a barebones shell. I haven't had a chance to make it fancy yet and was more heavily focused on getting it running so that the 500+ or so people who visit don't run into the databank death message. This should change once I finish getting the rest of it all functioning as it had been earlier. Thank you for your patience.
2019-04-20 09:32:24pm (post #5809)