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Thread: keeping track of what you've read

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    Senior Member key4unc's Avatar
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    keeping track of what you've read

    How do you keep track of which posts you've already read? When I open a thread, it always starts at the beginning (I don't want it to start at the end). So if the thread is multiple pages, how can I tell which was the last post I read.

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    Forget reading and get back to the sewing machine. Hugs

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    Click on "View first unread" up there by "thread tools" etc. You make have to be logged in for it to work; not sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omacookie View Post
    Forget reading and get back to the sewing machine. Hugs
    Omacookie - that's hilarious!!!
    SHIRLEY

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    On the black strip that runs across my screen, I always click on What's New and that takes me to what I haven't read. I must be logged in for that.
    Kathleen

    Remember, people will see your quilts long after you are gone....NOT your housework!

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    I view from "Archive" (down at the bottom). My computer changes the color of the thread from bright blue to dull purple.

    I don't know if this is true for all computers, I have a mac. This is how I tell where I left off.

    I noticed when I erase my cookies, it turns them all back to bright blue.

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