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Why the board change?


I'm curious what the reason was for changing the board.


With the old board I had my content page saved, and that's where I usually started from because I could quickly and easily see if there were new posts in threads that I had commented in. Now all I can find is a listing of my activity, but it gives no indication as to whether or not there are new posts in the threads I've been active in. I know I could click the "follow" or "notify me of replies" tabs in threads I post in, but I already get too many emails, so I really liked the content page on the old board.


Oh well. I'm not really complaining, but I am curious about why it was changed and I do definitely miss that old feature. Just sayin'.


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16 minutes ago, webmdave said:


@TheRedneckProfessor: Made a correction. You should be able to see who liked your posts now. 

Thanks Dave.  It seems to have worked.

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