#4469 - 04/20/0206:56 PMHow can you tell a new post from an old one?
How can you tell a new post from an old one? That is to say at the old hangout there would usually be a NEW attached to a 'new' post, but I don't see that here. Same forum software, so that feature should be possible, right? I also want to be able to turn off the thing where replies to a thread make that whole thread float to the top of the forum again. I mean that is okay, but I would be happier if I could disable that by choice. My method of going through the forum is to read the newest threads and then check older threads as I get to them for any new responses since I last checked the thread. This is not a complaint, I just want to know if I can use the forum that way as it would suit my browsing style better. Anyone know anything about that?<br><br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by mikeb_X on 04/20/02 09:58 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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I noticed that too. Interesting.<br><br>Did I get a post deleted already? Subject was "Anyone see." It was about Bill Gates testifying on Monday. Did I cross a line? I didn't think so. Maybe it floated way down the forum? I can't find it. Just did a search for it and says it's still around.<br><br>
#4474 - 04/20/0207:11 PMRe: How can you tell a new post from an old one?
Bill Gates hangs out here too in secret and has admin priveleges, so that is why your post is gone. No really, I think it sank down in the threads and you can't see it right now because another couple of threads have floated to the top. I am finding that a little cumbersome, there must be a way to disable that on an individual basis.<br><br>
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