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Could in be possible to create a link to go to the last post you read in a forum, this is helpful once the forum gets into multiple pages, otherwise you are scanning (re-reading) trying to figure out where you left off.

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Could in be possible to create a link to go to the last post you read in a forum, this is helpful once the forum gets into multiple pages, otherwise you are scanning (re-reading) trying to figure out where you left off.

I think I know what you mean and I would suggest just using the back button on your browser. Mine has < for back one page and a > for forward one page and an arrow down to list several past pages.

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Here is an example of what I'm talking about at Race Desert RDC

http://www.race-dezert.com/forum/showthread.php?t=52151

On this page you can click on View First Unread, and it will jump you to the point of the last page you were on previously, it is helpful with multiple pages. Example I had previously read the first 6 pages, and today when I entered this forum I clicked on this link and it took me to the first new post of that thread

age 1 of 11 1 2 3 4 5 > Last »

View First Unread

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