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RE: 'new posts'

The site needs a major rebuild, we're well aware of the fact, and that's going to be my top priority over the next few months.

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RE: 'new posts'

Whatever has happended so far, things appear to be settling down now.

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RE: 'new posts'

psurquhart wrote:
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very frustrating.

 

 

Yes indeed ROFL

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New Post indicators

Maybe this is what all of you have been referring to, but if not...sometimes I come on the forum site and I see "x new posts" in threads and I can click through to them.  Other times, there isn't an indicator even though there are new posts, so I just go to "last post" and work my way back.  I use Chrome 100% of the time, so it's not a matter of changing browsers.  Any idea what's going on?

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RE: New Post indicators

npoguy wrote:

Maybe this is what all of you have been referring to, but if not...sometimes I come on the forum site and I see "x new posts" in threads and I can click through to them.  Other times, there isn't an indicator even though there are new posts, so I just go to "last post" and work my way back.  I use Chrome 100% of the time, so it's not a matter of changing browsers.  Any idea what's going on?

Nevermind...I just realized that it changes based upon whether I'm logged in or not!

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