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How are new posts within a topic identified ?

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06-07-2010 11:58 AM

From the message listing I can see the total number of replies and in the column next to is I see the number of new replies.  Lets say the number of replies for a particular topic is 58 and the number of new replies is 21.  After browsing to the topic how do I know which replies are new ?


The old forum used to put a red "bullet" next to the new replies and you had to "scroll" the page to find the new posts.  Using that method was a bit funky, in that the red bullets were sometimes difficult to see when you were scrolling to find those replies.  No matter how terrible to use, it did work.

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Re: How are new posts within a topic identified ?

06-07-2010 12:32 PM in reply to: ACADuser

I'll add somthing and see if you can detectd a difference.

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Re: How are new posts within a topic identified ?

06-07-2010 12:34 PM in reply to: AllenJessup

I don't see any way to identify it. You can go directly to the last post from the message list. But no way to identify any but the last.

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