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Old 10 October 2006, 12:56   #21
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i was much nicer to use before, change it back please please
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Old 10 October 2006, 13:05   #22
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John.

How come the threads that I view never seem to get updated like they used to do. It seems like everytime I come back on RIBNET I am viewing threads that I have already seen.

I am using IE Explorer 32 Bit.

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Old 10 October 2006, 14:49   #23
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I'm sure you were!

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Old 10 October 2006, 18:11   #24
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haha yer i am crap at spelling, grammar but IT was better . i am sure in a couple of days we will all be use to it.
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Old 10 October 2006, 18:12   #25
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i was much nicer to use before, change it back please please
Totally agree - real pain having to mark things as read/unread etc.

if it ain't broke don't fix it!!!
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Old 10 October 2006, 23:20   #26
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John,

just thought I would voice my support for the improved forum. I frequently was irritated by either the forum marking messages as read when I was just too slow reading unread messages (particularly if I hadnt been on for a while, and had a lot of reading to do!) or marking messages as read if e.g. I picked up a PM when at work but didn't have time to catch up on the forum.

for those who are grumbling - then I think

In the attachment then threads above "the attachments below have not been..." I think behave 'exactly' as they did before, and those below are for those of us who are a little slower!
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Totally agree - real pain having to mark things as read/unread etc.

if it ain't broke don't fix it!!!
OK, you've got me baffled. I don't understand what you are finding difficult.

You don't have to mark things as read/unread. The system now does it automatically, message by message, based on whether you have actually read the message or not. Just like an email program.

If you chose not to read all the messages then you can manually mark sections (or the whole forum) as read if you want to. That's the only time you should need to do anything other than just read the messages.

Is it not working for you?

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OK, you've got me baffled. I don't understand what you are finding difficult.

You don't have to mark things as read/unread. The system now does it automatically, message by message, based on whether you have actually read the message or not. Just like an email program.

If you chose not to read all the messages then you can manually mark sections (or the whole forum) as read if you want to. That's the only time you should need to do anything other than just read the messages.

Is it not working for you?

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I think it works perfectly fine now, better than it used to be

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I USED to be able to read a message and it would automatically show up as having been read(text would change from bold to normal), Now it does change but next time I log on it changes back to bold type even if nobody else has posted - most annoying!!!
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Old 11 October 2006, 11:47   #30
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I USED to be able to read a message and it would automatically show up as having been read(text would change from bold to normal), Now it does change but next time I log on it changes back to bold type even if nobody else has posted - most annoying!!!
Just press the "New Posts" button when you enter the forum then all you will get is the new stuff
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