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The page navigation at the bottom of a section is broken...instead of moving to the next page in that section it seems to move the the next page for all posts :(

Here I am on the first page in the "Modification & Hacks" category:


And after clicking on "page 2" at the bottom of the page i'm taken to this page...which contains totally irrelevant posts...and the breadcrumb indicates that i'm not at the top of the forum:




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Hi Nilrog,

Thank you for your message. This was also reported in the forum feedback thread not too long ago and addressed with our development team.

At the beginning of this week an update to the site was uploaded but unfortunately contained some bugs. These are now top priority to fix.

I will try to get a timeline on this specific issue too, where it stands within the current list of tasks they are scheduling.

Our apologies for the inconvenience!

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