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    Thread Pagination

    Hey, Don...

    I don't know if Thread Pagination is changeable, but the default numeration is nagging. It shows the current (i.e. last) page as "Page 1 of 4" - whereas it is actually "Page 4 of 4".

    Can you reverse the sequence, so that #1 IS the first page, and they flow in-sequence? Showing "#1" for the last page give no clue the length of the Thread.
    And "Last >>" actually means "First", right?
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    Bo - I'm not sure I understand you myself. If I go to the 4th page, this is what I get:
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    Go to User CP, Edit Options and Thread Display Mode. Click on the drop down box and change "Linear - Newest First" to "Linear - Oldest First". Somehow, the default setting was changed to what you are currently seeing.
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    I would love to have a "Show all" button if that is possible. I know that you can get that in UBB, don't know about Vbulletin.

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    Dammit - I did it to myself! I've been running it in LIFU (Last In First Up) mode - save's time hitting the "End" button to get to most recent post. Oh well, another day another realization of my own dumbness...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don C
    I would love to have a "Show all" button if that is possible. I know that you can get that in UBB, don't know about Vbulletin.
    You can set the "Number of Posts to Show per Page" as high as 1000 if you wish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don McRitchie
    You can set the "Number of Posts to Show per Page" as high as 1000 if you wish.
    Yea, I run at "40 Posts per page", which has increased the refresh time constant...
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    Quote Originally Posted by boputnam
    Dammit - I did it to myself! I've been running it in LIFU (Last In First Up) mode - save's time hitting the "End" button to get to most recent post.
    I don't know if you have noticed, but all threads with new posts have this little downward pointing arrow to the left of the thread title. If you click this, it will take you directly to the first unread post. Also, clicking the little sideways arrow in the "Last Post" column will take you to the last post in a thread.

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    Yea, I do. I just seem to prefer the inverted format - with the most recent message up-top, the whole Forum global menu is right there, too.

    Well, if nuthin' else, maybe we've helped some wandering Forumites enhance their experience!
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    Quote Originally Posted by boputnam


    D ammit - I did it to myself! I've been running it in LIFU (Last In First Up) mode - save's time hitting the "End" button to get to most recent post. Oh well, another day another realization of my own dumbness...
    Well its not the first time, just ask Suz.....

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