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web forums features?

I think this forum uses a form of something (great, I'm losing my mind). I can't remember the name of the BBB software.

Oh vBulletin?

Anyway, is there a "show me first unread" or only unread? items?

Yeah, I could NNTP it (might be easier).
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dzanre1 Absent Member.
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Re: web forums features?

kjhurni wrote:

> Anyway, is there a "show me first unread" or only unread? items?


When you are looking at a list of threads, on the "subject line" right to
the left of the beginning of a subject is a little down-arrow in a circle
that is "jump to first unread message".

But threading in the web interface gets interesting 🙂

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Re: web forums features?

Thanks Danita.

Used to a slightly diff. interface but yes, threading with the web interface does get very interesting.
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Community Manager kgroneman Community Manager
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Re: web forums features?

Hey kjhurni:

>Used to a slightly diff. interface but yes, threading with the web
>interface does get very interesting.


You can always change the viewing mode to linear so you are seeing the
latest messages in chronological order. Hard to follow the conversation
that way though.

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Kim (9/25/2009 3:24:58 PM Mountain)
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