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Firefox is unaffected, however Chrome, Opera (most recent version) are affected. I checked IE7/8/9, Opera, FF11, and Chrome. I used Timlgoes post above, since in Chrome the "g" gets cut off on the 2nd line.
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Good point. I always wondered what that button was for.
I don't mark things as read, but Accessibility forum doesn't has an arrow thingie if I've visited it an clicked any bold (unread) threads.
Prolly the only forum I view small enough where I can do that.
The arrow is releated to teh status of threads in the forum indeed. Any unread and it'll glow - this is then down to how the marking as read is decided - I remember we had a discussion in another thread a bit back about it - and which of the 3 opts worked best.
Using "Mark all as read" will turn it off too.
It's occurred to me that Perl may be lacking an arrow because possibly there have been no new threads/posts since the upgrade. This could be the same as "read" to the system? without any particular member needing to have visited that forum? There's another forum who is missing an arrow, one I never go to.
But the arrows do vanish if I've visited all bold threads in a subforum.
There are more recent posts in Perl forum, but whether it gets discontinued (or any other subforum) gets discussed by staff.Yeah...wow. I guess so. The last post was Oct 2011....ouch. Maybe we should consider discontinuing it.
I can maybe understand low Perl posts, but it's pretty sad about Python. Quite an active topic in other places (stackOverflow, linkedIn).