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Old 04-24-2008, 08:50 AM   #1
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Just in case no one mentioned it, the "go to your last post" icons are missing. Good feature for us narcissists.
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Old 04-24-2008, 08:51 AM   #2
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Just in case no one mentioned it, the "go to your last post" icons are missing. Good feature for us narcissists.
Maybe you haven't posted your "last post" yet...
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Just in case no one mentioned it, the "go to your last post" icons are missing. Good feature for us narcissists.
So you were right that you liked it better before the update.

You are officially the Carnak of this forum.
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Just in case no one mentioned it, the "go to your last post" icons are missing. Good feature for us narcissists.
I am looking into this now. (this is the little arrow that shows next to the thread title?)
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Yes, that is what is missing. It happened once before.
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Ok, I found the issue. I have edited the template so the arrow is back but I am not sure it's in the same place as before. Please look on the attached image and let me know if that is correct? I vaguely recall the arrow might have been over on the left near the thread title. If it was on the left, was it before (to the left) or after (to the right) of the thread title?
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It was immediately to the left of the thread title.
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How does it look now? Is that right?
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Yes, it's back the way it was. Looks good.
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