Aliencat wrote:Over here (Firefox 3.6) when I browse the forum, topics I haven't opened yet are dark blue, topics I have opened are light blue. Is that what you mean, or did you mean the actual links in posts?
Bruce N H wrote:Also the shields should be different. For already read topics, the shield to the left of the subject is gray-scale, but for topics with new responses it is colored. Perhaps you have your browser set to block cookies?
wobnam wrote:Hehe, no. I'm not very good at explaining this (in english) it seems..
Okay, here's how I do it:
(Week 1): I visit the MOC section. I click all the new threads and read the first post. Sometimes, I read more than the first post. Sometimes I add feedback.
A week passes where I don't visit the forum.
(Week 2): I go back to the MOC section. 20 threads are now marked with a colored shield, meaning they have new posts. 15 of these I already read in week 1, but someone else has since posted a reply. Most of the time, this is something along the lines of "Wow, nice moc". In the MOC section, I'm done with 95% of the threads after reading them the first time, I just don't have time to follow all the discussions on all the creations. (Interesting threads I usually remember, or post in, or bookmark).
However, since there is currently no way to tell the threads I read in week 1 that has gotten replies between week 1 and week 2 from the threads that have been created between week 1 and week 2, I end up having to read all 20 threads instead of just the 5 new ones.
wobnam wrote:Aliencat wrote:Over here (Firefox 3.6) when I browse the forum, topics I haven't opened yet are dark blue, topics I have opened are light blue. Is that what you mean, or did you mean the actual links in posts?
I mean the thread titles:
As you can see, they're all black to me. All browsers, all platforms, all computers.
Dark blue ones are ones I haven't opened (recently), light blue ones I have.
Aliencat wrote:The little black dots symbolize whether I've posted in the thread or not, I dunno if the CC theme has that too, but I find this very handy.
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