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read vs unread #150951
01/01/2018 06:14 PM
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How does one have read messages separated from unread ones

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Re: read vs unread [Re: leo] #150996
01/02/2018 08:49 AM
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One the listing of posts there is a blue indicator on the left of the thread about new posts. If you are in flat mode (the defaultj) then it will automatically take you to the first unread post.


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Re: read vs unread [Re: leo] #150997
01/02/2018 08:53 AM
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...and the thread is highlighted if a new post has been added. To be honest I will admit not noticing the blue box until it was just mentioned . The thread does go to the next unread post

Re: read vs unread [Re: leo] #150999
01/02/2018 09:03 AM
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Correct.


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Re: read vs unread [Re: Eric_Hill] #151002
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What is the meaning of & difference between "switch to flat mode" & "switch to threaded mode".

Re: read vs unread [Re: leo] #151003
01/02/2018 10:06 AM
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It is the way that the messages are displayed. Flat mode you see all of the messages in the reading window. Threaded mode you have to click on each message to read it.


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Re: read vs unread [Re: leo] #151010
01/02/2018 10:40 AM
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Thank you Eric

Re: read vs unread [Re: Eric_Hill] #151026
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Thank Eric I was wondering the same thing.


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