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#1 patbox


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Posted 15 April 2009 - 07:20 AM

I have replied to some pinned topics.

Now, if I go to "My Topics" I normally see the topics with the latest reply on the top. But now, what is on the top are the pinned topics - ... but I replied to the pinned topic 1 week or 1 month ago. I want it to disparage from the top.

What can I do with this?


It's alright that the topics are pinned in the forum, but what I do not like it to be pinned on the top of in "My Topics". If I would reply to 15 pinned topics, then the post with the latest reply would start at position 16 in "My Topics"... how do you guys handle this?
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Posted 15 April 2009 - 08:58 AM

I know that my first unpinned topic starts on page two......... :thumbsup:

It is how the IPB software forum 'search' fuction works. Nothing we can do about it, unfortunately. I don't like it either.

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