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v0rTeX

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Is there a way the forum topics could be sorted by most recent post rather than original post? It makes it harder to spot whats new at a glance if you are not logged in.
Spike

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They are... it's just that the date is in european (also s. american) format of dd/mm/yyyy. Also, some posts at the top may be anchored there (or pinned) if the admins think they are important enough and don't want them to scroll down.

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v0rTeX

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yes I am aware of the european date format. Im not a totally ignorant american. However, until I posted this topic, the forums were sorted by original post date not most recent. I know this because I would log in to the forums and check the DruidsRPG section and it looked like this...

sticky
new post
no new posts
no new posts
new post
no new posts
new post

that cant happen if they are sorted by most recent post.

All is well though since it has been taken care of.
TheDruidXpawX

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v0rTeX wrote:
yes I am aware of the european date format. Im not a totally ignorant american. However, until I posted this topic, the forums were sorted by original post date not most recent. I know this because I would log in to the forums and check the DruidsRPG section and it looked like this...

sticky
new post
no new posts
no new posts
new post
no new posts
new post

that cant happen if they are sorted by most recent post.

All is well though since it has been taken care of. 


Are you still seeing this with the new version of the forum?

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No, like the day after I posted that it started showing normally on the page.

I think someone fixed it when I brought it up.
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That's so odd. I didn't make any changes that would cause it... at least I dont think so

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The world is what you make of it, my friend. If it doesn't fit, you make alterations. -- Stella, The Morning Star
 
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