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Old 11-29-2001, 11:09 AM   #1
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Every so often, I start to read ITYT, but get distracted for whatever reason, and don't come back to it for a day or two. This results in all the forums being listed as "not new".

It would be nice to be able to roll back the "last visited" date to that previous date, so that I can easily check the forums I haven't read yet.

Even better would be something that detected whether or not I had read the forum or not, but I assume that's much harder.
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Every so often, I start to read ITYT, but get distracted for whatever reason, and don't come back to it for a day or two. This results in all the forums being listed as "not new".

It would be nice to be able to roll back the "last visited" date to that previous date, so that I can easily check the forums I haven't read yet.

Even better would be something that detected whether or not I had read the forum or not, but I assume that's much harder.
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Old 11-29-2001, 02:03 PM   #3
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I've noticed the same issues and am similarly bothered by how unreliable the "new post" indicators are.

This is certainly a bug and I'm hoping that it's fixed in the next version of phpBB, which we should be upgrading to in the coming weeks.

Until then, you can use the Search function and make an empty query and it'll give you the most recent posts. I'll look into a better "Recent Post" feature.

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I've noticed the same issues and am similarly bothered by how unreliable the "new post" indicators are.

This is certainly a bug and I'm hoping that it's fixed in the next version of phpBB, which we should be upgrading to in the coming weeks.

Until then, you can use the Search function and make an empty query and it'll give you the most recent posts. I'll look into a better "Recent Post" feature.

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