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Re: "Unread" Postings
« Reply #108 on: Friday 25 January 13 18:25 GMT (UK) »
Yes, Lizzie ... and right you are on each aspect of that :-) I could have made myself clearer too :-)

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« Reply #109 on: Friday 25 January 13 19:39 GMT (UK) »
.... and back with a further bit of clarification on curiosity  :D

Not such a bad thing if you're participating in a subject and get notification to further help elsewhere on same ... but would be helpful if the notification took you to to the reply, as it was, it took me to the earlier thread without the link. The notification was to say reply had been made to subject by the next person on the later thread but it didn't take me there.
Luckily Unread Posts had already helped me notice the new thread previously anyway  :D

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Re: "Unread" Postings
« Reply #110 on: Saturday 26 January 13 23:02 GMT (UK) »
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The brackets around (unread posts) and (new replies) is a good tweak

It's not just brackets, after the update it just showed unread   replies, so to begin with it looked as if it was one subject unread replies.  Most people got used to it meaning two subjects, but now Trystan has made it even clearer. :)

Personally, I think those items should be buttons, like the Logout and Search ones, but probably in a different colour -- maybe blue?
Fo(o)rd - Sussex (Brighton/Battle)
Collins - SE London / Kent
Clark - central London
Monk - Co. Durham
Owen - Cardiganshire & SE London / Kent
Richardson - Kent/Sussex
Sto(a)kes - Kent
Taylor - Suffolk
Walker - Herts (Redbourn)