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Mark individual threads as read.

Post by smcj » Sat Jun 14, 2014 6:59 pm

Instead of going to the index and clicking on "mark all forums as read", from the "unread posts" page enable an option to mark individual threads as having been read. As it is now you read a thread and then have to sort through the same long list of unread posts to find the ones you actually want to read. By eliminating the ones you don't want to read when you first go to "unread posts" it will save having to sort through them repeatedly.

Also, when you are reading a thread, have the option to go directly to "unread posts" instead of having to go back to the board index first.

Hope that was clear.
1. No traditional Buddhist sect, Tibetan or otherwise, considers deities to be fictional. (DW post/Seeker242)
2. I support Mingyur R and HHDL in their positions against Lama abuse.
3. Student: Lama, I thought I might die but then I realized that the 3 Jewels would protect me.
Lama: Even If you had died the 3 Jewels would still have protected you. (DW post/by ?)
4. Shentong] is the completely pure system that,
Through mainly teaching the luminous aspect of the mind, holds that the fruitions--kayas and wisdoms--exist on their own accord. (Karmapa XIII)

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Re: Mark individual threads as read.

Post by Kim O'Hara » Sat Jun 14, 2014 11:47 pm

You may just want to enter the site via "View active topics" page - ... ive_topics" onclick=";return false;
It works for me. I don't see threads that haven't updated recently (unless I go looking for them, of course), and any thread I do see that hasn't updated since I last looked at it has a different-coloured icon.


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