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show either viewed or un view posts with: flag, color Change, font-bold, or font face. Basically some simple visual indicator for unread posts in the thread view.

win7, chrome

I figured with all the long threads about issues, it might be helpful to post this as a "question" so we can see when it is fixed (by changing to solved), ALSO trying to be very narrow in the scope of issues I will post.

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- no discrimination between read and not read.

This is part of a filter that will be build after the faster fixes. Because it is so big and influential we decided to postpone it to after the obvious fixes.


I am concerned that you keep using the term "filter" because what that word means to me is a choice in the existing drop down filter choices (lastest, mopst viewed, most comments). I do not think this is what most people are asking you for and I want to make sure we're talking about the same thing. I would like a visual indicator for unread posts in the thread view and in the forum overview page, like you would find in most forum software. This can be simple a color, or bolder font, or a star on the side. Actually it should be a simple visual indicator nothing fancy at all.

Can you please comment on which feature you're asking the team to work on.

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