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I was reading the unread topics, and posted one comment in one of them. Then all topics was marked read Sad

Now I have lost track over new threads.. Anyone else having this problem?

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I waited, but seeing as how no-one is addressing the root problem, I can at least give you a work around that I use.

Using a browser with tab support, e.g. firefox, get the list of unreads, via the new link at the top or the menu, then middle click (or right click and select open in new tab) for each one you want to read, reply, whatever. Then close each as you are done with them, and your original list can't be hampered by DF forum bugs or anything else, 'cos you never needed to refresh it.

This method works reliably here now, but can cause flood protection trips on older DF sites if you are too quick, and their server is fast.

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No answer because no problem.

As you would appreciate, I read all posts - I don't open multiple windows, often refresh the current list, and rarely have the problem - it occurs on rare (maybe once a year) occasions when sessions have been reset from a server or PC hiccup, that's it.

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I only see this when I get interrupted and I guess my session expires - I'll come back after an hour and refresh and "poof" no more unread Sad

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I will do some testing.. and this is post is a part of it Wink

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This time everything went just fine. I guess it was a session problem..

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It happend again today Smile

And I had 'a lot' of un read posts to browse..

I started reading, took a break for a few hours - and bam, no more unread topics..

Espen

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Correct espen. When the session ends (30 minutes) and you visit again, it is marked as a new visit.
So yes, the "new posts since last visit" is based on a few hours back in time.

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