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At the moment the threads are in chronological order, with the latest addition right at the bottom. This means scrolling through a lot of dross on older threads to find the new stuff.

If the threads were arrangement upside down, the new threads would automatically be the first to be read, without the need to scroll down.

I know for some people this may not be so practical if following a line of discussion, as then you would have to scroll to the bottom to read the first thread to make sense of the reply.

But on the two most popular threads of the present time, transfers definite and transfer rumours, it would be much better if the was at the top.

Any thoughts?
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You can set up the way in which you want the posts to be displayed in your control panel. Click 'Edit Preferences' and you can set 'Post display order' to "Ascending/Descending".

Threads are divided up into pages of 15 posts, so even if you keep the new posts added to the end (ascending) you will be able to click on the last page of the thread.

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Chocky, is it possible to add a button that takes you straight to the last post read like they have on the BBS, or does your software not allow this?
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Sorry to take so long to reply I missed this. Yes, on the list of threads in any forum there's a little grey page icon on the right of each thread, click on that and it takes you to the last post.

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Cool, cheers mate.
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