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  Thread Started By:   sideshow_   On:   Wednesday 11/08/2010 @ 10:24 Show Newest First    
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  #1  Read new posts + selection colour  Posted 11/08/2010 @ 10:24
Wouldn't it be better if, when you click on a Blue Thread (i.e. one which has posts you have not read yet), it took you to the first post you have not read, rather than the first post in the thread?
I'm not keen on overriding the mouse selection colour either - it's really hard to tell what you've got selected.
Loving everything else though
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  #2  Re: Read new posts + selection colour  Posted 11/08/2010 @ 11:44
In reply to post #1...
Go into edit profile and settings, then into edit settings. Down near the bottom you can choose to read newest post, which flips the order of the threads.
This wont take you to the first unread one if there are lots, but makes it a bit easier.
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  #3  Re: Read new posts + selection colour  Posted 11/08/2010 @ 12:53
Say there are 16 posts and 15 posts to a page. If you've read the first 15 and not the 16th it will automatically start on the next page (the 16th post).
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