New Posts vs What's New

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bob

Administrator
Staff member
At the top of the page, there are two links, "New Posts" and "Active Topics"

There is a subtle, but important, difference between new posts and active topics.

New Posts - If you're a member and logged in, this will show posts that you have not read yet. One you've read a thread, if nothing new has been posted to that thread, it will not be shown under "New Posts".
What's New - threads that have recently been posted to, whether or not you've read them.

Click on the two and compare, here's another tip, in active topics, bold means unread posts, not bold means you've read it (or at least clicked on it).
If you're not a member, they'll look a lot alike since it can't track what items you've read. If you are a member, it helps you find stuff you haven't seen yet.
 

woodstock

Well-Known Member
Hi Bob forget the email from woodstock, I had the wrong forum, looked the same tho. Haven't been here for a while so have to get familiar again. Good to see Ron is still here. Hope some of the old crew comes back once in a while soon
 

RonsGarden

Super Moderator
Staff member
Hi Woodie!
I'm usually here each morning for a while.
Some of the old group drop in once in awhile, but it is not like the good ole days!
 

AlexBur92

New Member
It's nice to see that the forum is active, I read new discussions in the morning and find something new. I think to take the time to read old discussions, I'm sure there is a lot of useful information there. Thank you for the navigation.
 


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