Wondering about this as well. Or at least have the << >> “last post” buttons at the top. Catching up on old long threads means scrolling to the bottom of the first page each time. Unless I’m missing something.The old site had a little button next to the thread topic that would take you to the first unread post in the thread, does something like that exist here?
Thanks. But it seems as though all of these cached settings were blown away with the forum migration. So starting back into something like "what did you do to your mk7 today" thread for the first time since the migration takes some scrolling to bottom of first page.My browser automatically snaps the page to the first unread post when I open the last page of the thread. There is also a button on top of the page in the thread that says "Jump to New" when you open it from the watched threads page when the text is bold indicating you have not read the latest posts
Gotcha. I only use it on my work laptop since I got a new phone and was too lazy to figure out what my password was to sign back into tapatalk hahaThanks. But it seems as though all of these cached settings were blown away with the forum migration. So starting back into something like "what did you do to your mk7 today" thread for the first time since the migration takes some scrolling to bottom of first page.
I will try the "jump to new" but not clear on what is defined as "new"?
And I am toggling between Chrome on my laptop and Safari on my phone. Doesn't seem to be kept in sync. But I'm still getting used to it. Might just be the learning curve.
Generally with the Mac line, you pay for what you get until you go well beyond the standard config machines. The price jumps for more storage and RAM are way out of wack. You could get a refurb from Apple and save some cash. Apple refurbs are essentially remanufactured with a new battery, outer case and come with the same warranty as a new machine.Ahhh, now I’ve got the new multiquote figured out.
I’ll probably end up going overkill on the MPB, but we’ll see. Going from no laptop at all to spending a few G on one is a big jump so I was hoping to settle in the middle somewhere without compromising too much.
Greetings from 2014 I’m still using my iPhone 6s for EVERYTHING lol
PS for those feeling bad about post count I had over 11,000 just on mk7, and a decent amount on mk6 pre sponsor-gate
Gotcha. Makes sense. ThxIt depends on if you've clicked on the thread before or after the forum switch. If there is a new post to a thread I have not read since the swtich, then it takes you to the first post, even if you click on the latest post out the right from the subforum. If you have read it since switch it goes to last unread post. Once you've clicked a thread you should be sent to latest unread post each time you go back in to read new posts.
Agreed. Other than finally being able to verify my account today and thus being able to postThe more I use the new site the more that I like it. More modern looking and easy to read.