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steven-g
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oldest new post (or is that newest old post)

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11-18-2013 08:27 AM

I honestly can't remember if this option was available before, but it is useful in other forums. When you log in and click on a topic you are following it is nice to be directed to the first of the unread posts, at the moment the only options are first post, or last page, of the topic, on some busy threads you might want to go to post 25 of 33 having read post 24 the friday before, and first thing on monday morning it's hard to work out that post 25 is the 5th post of page 3.

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troma
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Re: oldest new post (or is that newest old post)

11-18-2013 09:57 AM in reply to: steven-g
If you click on the link in the "new" column, it takes you to the first unread post in the thread.


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troma
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Re: oldest new post (or is that newest old post)

11-18-2013 10:00 AM in reply to: steven-g

You can also use this option:

Jump to first unread post in a topic.PNG

This doesn't affect the action when you click from your personal list of topics you've replied to, unfortunatly.  It only works from the forum.


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steven-g
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Re: oldest new post (or is that newest old post)

11-18-2013 10:11 AM in reply to: troma

troma wrote:
If you click on the link in the "new" column, it takes you to the first unread post in the thread.

:smileyembarrassed: Thank you for that, I didn't use that before, it is so obvious that's why I missed it.

Regards Steven Gray
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Autocad 2013LT
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