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Old 05-22-2012, 03:01 PM
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Question "Mark as Read to here" option?

In long threads I often want to leave and come back again - is there a way to mark a thread as "read to here" so I can "jump to first unread" later and pick up where I left off?

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You could right click on the number in the top right of the post and save the link to your favourites/bookmarks, or even save it to a shortcut on your desktop. But the link will take you directly back to that post.

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Old 05-25-2012, 06:07 PM
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Thanks for the reply and the tip on saving the link to the post. What I have been doing is just leaving the thread open in its own tab in my browser on the last post that I read. (Which is fine except when I forget there is some automatic update dingus scheduled overnight and the 'puter reboots.)

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TT: poly bi male, married to Lotus, FB with JaneQ
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:40 PM
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Thanks for the reply and the tip on saving the link to the post. What I have been doing is just leaving the thread open in its own tab in my browser on the last post that I read. (Which is fine except when I forget there is some automatic update dingus scheduled overnight and the 'puter reboots.)

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Not too great for power consumption or the health of your computer leaving it on for such long periods either. =P

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