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Old 07-06-2007, 09:33 AM   #12
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I never turned AJAX off — just its “problematical features” (that is the menu item!)
But the edit-in-place seemed to have gone missing, too, so I assumed you'd turned off AJAX completely...

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Not sure what affects Forum Tools (that is, I thought I had made a recommended change there, but today discovered that it hadn’t taken — yet I see that the mark as read is now working properly.
I'm confused, too - suddenly a whole bunch of forums show up with an "unread" flag, even with threads "unread" when I go to the forum that are a week or more old....

I'm going through them all, reading what's really new, and then marking the forum "read" with the forum tools... Let's see if that "holds".

   
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