Didgeridoo wrote: »
Although I assume the function is working as intended, I would like to put in a humble request that it be changed back to the older version, where the thread would load the page after the last page viewed, as it makes it much easier to keep track of discussions in large threads.
As it is, it's very easy to lose track of where one is in the conversation.
kime wrote: »
Has this changed for anyone else? I noticed once when I went back to the first page, all the posts past that were then marked as unread.
This is what used to happen, and I don't really like that behavior either :P.
But it doesn't happen all the time, so I dunno, maybe it was a fluke.
Banzai5150 wrote: »
I'm assuming since we've not heard a word on what we consider an "issue" they are considering it "working as intended"?
bficky wrote: »
Any chance of this behavior getting switched back to how it used to work? Where you could get caught up on a thread where you're behind multiple pages on page at a time without losing your place? If I've read 50 pages of a 75 page thread and click on the thread name in Bookmarks, Vanilla assumes I will read up to the most current post on page 75 even if I only read up to the last post on page 60.