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Old 8th November 2009, 02:56 AM   #1
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Question unread thread reset

I'm having trouble with the "unread" button. It seems to reset by itself and so I miss a lot of new posts. Too bad, as the button is very handy.

Other forums with the same software I'm on don't do this unless I exit the forum, and that's a setting somewhere. But I can't seem to find the settings here.
And search turns up nothing.

Where is the setting or how is the reset happening?
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Old 13th November 2009, 03:25 AM   #2
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Can you refer me to the specific "unread" button you're referring to? Cheers.
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Hi Jason,
It's the one next tho the thread title. Threads with unread posts show in bold and have the button. Clicking on the button takes you to the 1 unread post in the thread. See screen cap below.

On this forum threads get marked as read even tho I have not read them.
On other forums with the same software I have to read the thread, or mark it read. Optionally all will be marked read when I exit the forum.

Here a lot gets marked read before I see it. Can't quite figure it out. Thanks!
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