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Hi, I clicked "mark as read" one day, and now it keeps marking EVERYTHING as read, even the posts that I haven't gotten to yet. Any pointers?

Thanks!

Another question: Where is the part of the board that showed the forum members' activities (ie, the list of names, the topic being read/posted in, etc.)?

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Okay, first, I'm not sure how you solve the mark as read problem. I've used that feature before and it doesn't keep doing it. To get around it, use the "Today's Active Topics" feature.

Next, the part about the member names and what they were doing was removed awhile ago. I used to love that part cause some people, particularly guests, read topics I had never seen before, so it was a good way to find topics I hadn't read yet. The feature was removed altogether.....I asked Scott about it as soon as I noticed it was gone and he said that somehow the personal information for members was vulnerable to being seen or hacked into or something due to that feature. Therefore, he had to remove it altogether. I'm not sure if it will be coming back, but you could ask! :)

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How do you get pinned with your new topic? I added a new topic but it isn't pinned. Can you help me celiac3270? Barbara

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How do you get pinned with your new topic? I added a new topic but it isn't pinned. Can you help me celiac3270? Barbara

Sure--sorry, I didn't see this reply until I was browsing through old messages in this forum.

You can't pin a topic yourself. Instead, one of the moderators on the board has to do it. The moderator will read the topic and if it's in the wrong place, move it. Once it's in the right spot on the board (right section), the moderator will pin your topic, thus verifying it's in the right place and it's a good post (for example, not a post from someone advertising for cheap drugs or a duplicate post). Pinning it, of course, brings it to the front of the forum.

So your topic won't be pinned until a moderator sees it and takes the appropriate action. Of course, if you became a moderator yourself, your topics could be pinned right after posting :lol: .

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I know that is was an old question but if you delete your cookies it should resolve that problem.

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