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Old 10-23-2005, 12:27 PM   #1
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question for the admins

Here's a silly question, and I was going to pm you guys, but figured there may be others out there who are just as confused as me (highly unlikely!).

When I click on "new posts", it's generally a 2-1/2 page list.
However, just now, I got a whopping 10 threads. That's all.
Is the "new posts" a time-related thing?

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Old 10-23-2005, 12:54 PM   #2
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jkath:

I believe it's random based on when people post. The New Posts brings up all the posts made since the last time you read them. Sometimes there are fewer members on line.

What I do is read all my New Posts (sometimes 50-80 posts since yesterday) then go back and click on New posts a second time to pick up any arrivals while I was reading the first batch. When I'm sure I've seen them all, I Mark Forums Read so these posts won't come up again.

I hope that helped rather than confused...
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