Yeah, but if you view it in threaded mode the new replies are spread out everywhere. Flat mode always puts the newest posts at the end in a group. I know I only have to look at the last couple posts of the last page of the thread to get the good stuff. <br><br>All in one window too! <br><br>EDIT: ....nevermind ...you probably do it like I do. The main page is collapsed threads ...but when I click on the title it goes to the flat mode instead of an expanded thread mode. Do use flat mode for reading the thread?<br><br>zweisoft<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by zwei on 01/08/08 06:25 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
expanded [forum] indices flat threads.<br><br>(bumping makes expanded indices difficult, though. still, i prefer to see what and who i'm clicking into [expanded], more info is better; bumping = clutter. plus, i like to be able to login (come over) and see what's fresh/new/latest not what's most responded to that i've likely already all i want of --over and frikkin over.)<br><br>ppl used "adjusted/changed" subject lines in replies way more at the old diggs, i will contiuneto do so where appropriate --again, more data b4 clicking in = more better i formed, more effciency, less effort, more free time, more beer. <br><br><br> [color:green]peace</font color=green> <br><br>"[color:red]in times of peace, the warlike man attacks himself.</font color=red>"<br><br><br>libertarian communist ~ ichi youtube<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by ichi on 01/08/08 07:39 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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