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13 Nov 2007 - 20:41962
Forum - threads on more than one page
This is more a style thing than an actual bug in the site, but I've noticed that when a thread in the forum goes on to more than one page, the only way of telling (and of navigating to the next page) is in rather small text. I've already missed the fact that a thread had gone onto the next page a couple of times. Could this be made more obvious? I know I'm not always the most perceptive person, but there are others out there as unperceptive as me!


13 Nov 2007 - 22:15964
I'd also agree with this.

I'd also like to ask whether there is a function avaliable so you can display the threads that have received new replies since you were last on the site?



Last edited by Tak (14 Nov 2007 - 01:15)
13 Nov 2007 - 23:08966
I post my agreement!

*nods*


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14 Nov 2007 - 13:53980
Good morning! Sorry for the delay in getting on to this guys.

We're changing the way the forum posts are displayed on the front page either tonight or over the next few days, so rather than all the last posts are shown, it'll be ordered by the last updated thread. The link will then take you to the last post in that thread, regardless of which page it is on. So hopefully that will help people to not miss when threads have gone onto multiple pages.
As for making it more visible if there are multiple pages we'll see if we can think of a decent way to do this within the layout of the forum.

Quote Tak:

I'd also like to ask whether there is a function avaliable so you can display the threads that have received new replies since you were last on the site?


I thought the icons next to the thread title change when there were new posts that you haven't read (I have a feeling its yellow for unread, grey for read) but I could be wrong, I've only recently woke up
I'll look into it and have a chat with Perrin, see what we can do!


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