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something up with the forum
#1
It might just be me, but it's been happening for a few weeks now.

THere are times when I come here and the main forum page doesn't display the icon for new posts, instead it shows the icon for "no new posts" for everything.

which is wrong since I haven't entered the General Discussion forum since ages. If I go in I get multiple pages of threads with blue titles, those are the ones that contain new posts I believe, so I don't understand why the main page is screwing around.

If I click the Mark all read button it fixes the problem for 1-2 visits and after that I'm back where I started.
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#2
wow,havent had this problem.Probably a plugin bug
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#3
It doesn't happen here but uh... why post this in the translators forum?
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#4
Sorry Shadow Lady, I got pretty pissed about the thing since it's been happening for ages and I was in a hurry to report it. In my rush I didn't notice the "Site Related Questions and Feedback" sub-forum (honestly) and I thought that reporting the bug in a staff only area was more suitable than putting it in "Chatterbox".
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#5
To be honest the new post icons dont work very well for me either, at the moment apparently most forums have new posts in, however i marked all as read the other day, some of them are 2008 lol.

will move this to site feedback
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#6
That's a mybb bug, apparently they fixed the "older than one week = new posts" thing in the SVN but we'll have to wait :C
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#7
I know it's not a solution for this specific issue, but alternatively, one can use the "View New Posts" link at the top of the page. It seems to work quite well.
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