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Is there a way of changing the forum so that it highlights all unread/updated threads until I read them. Rather than the current way of showing them since my last log in ? As I pop in and out of the forum all the time, the current way means I can never tell whats new and whats not.
Just a thought.
Yeah the new posts functionality is a bit rubbish and I know they will be making it better in the new release of e107. However this prob won’t be released until later in the year :(.
I might be able to do something like show all the recent posts, regardless of whether you have read them or not. Alternatively I keep track of the forum using the RSS feed
It’s not great and you miss a lot of posts unless your news reader is on all day (which mine is).
The place to feedback ideas is here: http://e107.org
There is an idea tracker on the site and also a forum for the new versuin 0.8 although you have to be a member to see it.
Just wanted to say that while the functionality of the site may not be perfect, I’ve found the news and advice here invaluable, right from choosing which netbook to buy, through to the ram upgrade. Great work everyone involved.
I’ve found the news and advice here invaluable, right from choosing which netbook to buy, through to the ram upgrade. Great work everyone involved.
I agree totally, this site is a great resource of information and helped me pick an NC10.
I didnt mean to appear picky just wanted to know if there was a way to do it.
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