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Old 06-29-2007, 04:25 AM   #1
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When I first started using this forum, the threads came up "linear" as default. Then one day they came up "threaded." I can change any page of a thread to another setting, but then moving to another page immediately returns to the "threaded" default. Is there a way to set the viewing to "linear" or "hybrid" as the default?

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Old 06-29-2007, 07:14 AM   #2
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When I first started using this forum, the threads came up "linear" as default. Then one day they came up "threaded." I can change any page of a thread to another setting, but then moving to another page immediately returns to the "threaded" default. Is there a way to set the viewing to "linear" or "hybrid" as the default?
Sure — in your User CP (Control Panel).

The forum default is Hybrid. But you can select Linear, Threaded, or Hybrid in your CP and it should become your default.

There are advantages to all of them, depending on the nature of the threads and your viewing habits, btw.

   
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