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messageThe 'new' alerts have gone haywire...
Posted by Penguin68 March 05, 12:53PM

... or at least they have for me - suddenly my threads are populated by 'new' flashes - most of them not new at all, and when I click on those (by the date/ time) that look like being new I am frequently taken to random parts of the thread (page 4 of an 11 page thread). This may just be me, but I've changed nothing in my system since it was all working like normal 2 hours ago!

messageRe: The 'new' alerts have gone haywire...
Posted by Administrator March 05, 01:36PM

We don't have any new flashes, if you mean the red 'new' next to threads and messages you've not read before nothing has changed.

Top tip: If you go to this page [www.eastdulwichforum.co.uk] and click on all the "Reset new posts" links it'll make the forum faster for you.

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messageRe: The 'new' alerts have gone haywire...
Posted by Penguin68 March 05, 01:47PM

Thank you, that seems to have worked, but in a numbers of years usage that's the first time I've needed to do that. Odd.

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