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    Smile Description of who last posted on a thread...

    I know they are already availible in each forum, but is it possible to make them availible on the main page of the forum with the name of each thread that has been most recently updated.

    I can use screenshot examples if you don't get what I'm saying (cause frankly, I wasn't too sure about how well I described it myself.).

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    Linux Engineer Thrillhouse's Avatar
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    Jun 2006
    Arlington, VA, USA
    I'm pretty sure it's possible, as the forum uses the same software as LF: vBulletin, and they have it. Personally, I'm not a fan of it. It's kind of distracting to me. If you want to see the latest posts. Try clicking on the "New Posts" button that's located towards the top of the page when you log in.

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    arch linux
    Quote Originally Posted by Thrillhouse
    Personally, I'm not a fan of it. It's kind of distracting to me.
    Same here... too cluttered looking for me.

    rockinup1231: I think only Core Wizard has the permissions needed to make those types of changes, so it would be up to him. Thanks for the feedback.


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    Ok, just wondering...

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    @ rockinup1231 – you may also go to the ‘Quick Links’ options at the top of your page and click on ‘Today’s Posts’ to check the current posts.

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