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RE: Reading an item doesn't mark it as read?

Thanks for the info, Tom (pulsar). I expected it to be something like a cookie in my browser that tracked the highest post # I've seen in each forum, and the server would look at the cookie and compare to the highest post number that exists and set the icon based on that. (If I skip some on one visit, the next visit won't include the ones I skipped.) What you said makes sense, even though I think it's a poor implementation. (I'm a software dev, hence the ideas of how to do it in what *I* think is a better way.) Mike
allnight 12/01/17 10:45pm Forum Posting Help and Support
Reading an item doesn't mark it as read?

If I read a post (regardless of 'start at first new post'), and then go back to the index and refresh it, then it is still not marked as read. What I have gotten used to doing, is open a forum in a new window, go down the list of unread posts, opening each interesting one into a new window, and after I've read all that I want, go back to the forum and have to click the 'mark as read.' That seems like the right way to operate, when there are posts that I don't read. However, if I go back an hour later and refresh the forum and there is only one unread, if I then read it and go back to the forum, it still shows as unread. Is there something I should be doing differently?
allnight 12/01/17 11:32am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Owner reports?

I like it (the first one more so)! Yes, like people are saying, needs some work on the exterior color scheme. I've seen some car-wrap type coverings with some nice ocean scenes on them, or views of the Grand Canyon...anything's possible with the wraps and $5k. It looks like this could be a nice upgrade for me, if I was looking. Mine also has the class 5 hitch (5k tongue weight happens to be a 2.5" receiver) weighs 28,600 wet with a 33,000 GVWR and 66,000 GVCWR. That HP & torque would be great, too! (300 & 860 from 3126E) Mike
allnight 12/01/17 12:13am Class A Motorhomes
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