Going to a thread

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  1. Harrison

    Harrison The Best Beatle

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    When I click on a thread that I have been going to very frequently, it will take me to the post that it took me to when I first logged on and clicked on the thread, even if it's a bunch of pages (six for example) behind the first unread post. I hope you followed this and can help.
     
  2. Nienor

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    If you follow a link from either the main page or from the top 5 posts, it will direct you to the next post immediately after where you last posted.
     
  3. Harrison

    Harrison The Best Beatle

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    I know, but it's not the last post I posted, it's the last post I posted the last time I was online.
     
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    I meant to add 'the last time you were online'. But I thought it would get too confusing.

    It will keep redirecting you to that post until you're away from the forum for about 10-15 minutes.
     
  5. Harrison

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    Okay, thank you.
     
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    No problem. :)