Add 'view previous topic:view next topic' at btm of page

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foxygramps
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Add 'view previous topic:view next topic' at btm of page

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Is it possible to modify the various forum pages so that the "view Previous Topic::View Next Topic" statements appear at the bottom of each forum page as well as at the top? :wall: This would save a lot of mouse movements to the top of the page, or to the 'Back" buttom after the last topic on each page was read.

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thanks!

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I'll look into it.

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Voila!

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Thank You, and another request.

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Thank you for adding the view post at the bottom.
Now, when viewing all new posts since last visit, is it possible to add a way to jump to the next forum, without going back to the list of unread topics?

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Would this be in addition to the "jump to:" drop-down menu already at the bottom right hand corner of the screen? :wink:

Actually, this menu only shows when there are new posts. If there are no new posts, that menu won't be there, and you'd have to hit your 'back' button or click the forum index link.

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request for new 'jump' tag

Post by foxygramps »

I would prefer it to be in the yellow strip at the bottom of the last new post in the topic just read. Could it say "View next unread post"?

All of you administrators are doing a fantastic job in answering all of our questions.

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