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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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Problem With Marking Forum As Read.

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I logged in today and checked new content ... 18 pages of unread posts.

Yesterday it was also 18 pages of unread posts ???????

I read the first page, then decided to try page 12, it was the same posts as I read yesterday.

Went to bottom of page clicked mark community read, selected all, it did something and returned to the index page.

I clicked on new content expecting none or maybe one or two, guess what!! 18 pages of unread posts.

I feel like I'm locked in Limbo!

It's not ground hog day by any chance LOL ???????

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Am I the only one that this is happening to ????

Does nobody else see this ???

It's not just on one computer but all computers I've used in different locations !!!!

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I am not seeing it, but we have asked Scott (admin) to look into it. He is not usually active on the weekend.

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Sorry but I am not having this issue either, so it is hard to say what is causing it. Be sure that your browser and fire wall settings are set to the default (usually medium) level, as higher settings can interfere with our site's cookies. Also, don't block Java.

Scott

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I am still getting this, but getting round it by not using the back button, instead going back through the forums button on the mobile site, or by clickingback to forums on the full site. It seems to register as read then, though it doesn't look like it until you come back after being away or on the main forums page again.

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Just noticed something strange ???????

If I don't sign in and check 'New Content' I get 2 pages which is correct,

but If I sign in and check 'New Content' I get 18 pages - what's going on ???????

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