Noticed that many new posts do not show under the "New Posts" view. Any reason for this? Also noticed that when reading this forum from my Nokia mobile phone, the "New Posts" link says "Today's posts". Browser issue?
Yes, the new vBulletin site still has a lot of "issues" and hopefully they are being worked on.
I hope that our fearless leader and webmaster will take my feedback as constructive criticism and NOT as a complaint-
vBulletin is extremely powerful software but so far it seems that very few of the vBulletin options have been implemented.
For example, with vBulletin we should never again have to type [ img ], [ video ], [ url ] again, but it seems the relevant buttons only appear when you click "Reply to Thread" but they do NOT appear (at least on Mozilla Firefox) when you want to start a new thread or "reply with quote".
Similarly, vBulletin offers many options for the use of "smiley" and emoticons that can be added to the "tools" bar at the top of the post, but so far this hasn't been done with the new gt-rider forum.
Not sure why, but the current gt-rider forum doesn't notify me of new personal messages like the old one did. Currently the only way to see if I've received new PM's is to click on the Notifications tab and look. As a result I've missed a lot of PM's and end up replying very late...
1.) Did you go ever go into to: Forum Actions / Mark forums Read ???
That sets all posts as "read" and new posts then display correctly thereafter.... that is also PC independent, being a database setting for your user account. The effect is, you ca nthen view the Forum from any PC and get the same view...
2.) Have you amended your profile settings correctly.
TonyBKK: Your last post is repeated - previously answered HERE:
Marked forums read, lets see how it works after this. Noticed that now that my "new posts" view is empty, there is a link to topics that have been updated withon the last 24 hours. I would be great to have this as a direct link in the forum page, it would be nice and easy way to follow the activity on the forum.