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Is there a way to "unread" a thread ?

post #1 of 3
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I'll give the practical example of what's going on:

I'm reading the Watercooling Club thread which has about 4200 pages. I was on about the 3800th page. And i pressed once accidentally on the last page, and now the whole thread is marked as "read" and i only have like 5-10 unread posts. But i want when i press on the forum to go to the 3800th page again, now it takes me straight to the last page. I have to type tha page number every time now to go where i want, and the actual problem is i always forget which page i was on and i have to browse several pages to remember where i was at with the reading.

Is there a way to unread the thread and then go again to the 3800th page, so that when i press the thread from subscriptions it goes to where i left off reading, and says 500 unread pages and not to the last page ?

Thanks !
post #2 of 3
Unread a thread, thats like wanting to unsee something right?, because there has only been like one or two things in my whole life that i have wanted to unsee.

What kind of threads are people making here at OCN.
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lol, i know it sounds a little weird, i mean make it like you never accesed it, so you can start reading it from the start, and it doesn't send you to the last page when you press on it.
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