Amethi
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2008-08-31T03:20:20Z
Hi, unless I'm missing something, there's no "show me posts since my last visit" option? I see the active posts link, but what does this mean?
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test2005
2008-09-01T22:54:59Z
The "active posts" simply displays the latest posts of the forum. But your right, there is no "show me..." feature. Since YAF already can identify "unread" posts, you could easily extend this to a button to display them via the search page.
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Amethi
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2008-09-01T23:23:17Z
Interesting, thanks. I find the "new posts for me" feature extremely useful.
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Neven
2008-09-02T06:39:42Z
Amethi wrote:

Hi, unless I'm missing something, there's no "show me posts since my last visit" option? I see the active posts link, but what does this mean?


I sense a misunderstanding in the air. Yaf cannot display the list of the posts posted since user's last visit. What Yaf can show is the list of topic with new posts since user's last visit.
Basically, it is the same thing since when you click on a link in active topic, you are being redirected to the first unread post.

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test2005 wrote:

There not bugs(in YAF)...it's either un-defined features or exceptions to expected behavior!!

Amethi
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2008-09-02T07:14:44Z
Ah, yes, wrong term, I meant new topics or topics with new posts in. Thanks.
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