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    Quote Originally Posted by secname View Post
    settings > general settings >Default Thread Age Cut Off:

    change this to how many you want to display. This should do the trick

    or dale if you look at ACP->Settings->Options->Message Searching Options.

    Paul
    Thanks, I've had it set to "Show all threads" since I joined but it doesn't help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty View Post
    Thanks, I've had it set to "Show all threads" since I joined but it doesn't help!
    ah ok, maybe the setting ive sent dale can sort it.

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    Hi Paul. I didn't see any message relevant settings where you mentioned but I did notice that in AdminCP->Settings->General Settings the Thread/Forum Read Marking Type was at 1 for inactivity/cookie based. I've changed it to option 3 for automatic database marking. See info on the different settings below. Pls let me know if this does the trick.

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    This option controls how threads and forums are marked as read.
    Inactivity/Cookie Based - once a user has been inactive for a certain amount of time (the value of the session timeout option) all threads and forums are considered read. Individual threads are marked as read within a session via cookies.

    This option is how all versions of vBulletin before 3.5 functioned.

    Database (no automatic forum marking) - this option uses the database to store thread and forum read times. This allows accurate read markers to be kept indefinitely. However, in order for a forum to be marked read when all threads are read, the user must view the list of threads for that forum.

    This option is more space and processor intensive than inactivity-based marking.

    Database (automatic forum marking) - this option is the same as a previous option, but forums are automatically marked as read when the last new thread is read.

    This is the most usable option for end users, but most processor intensive.
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    yes works for me now.

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    I should have left it to Simon in the first place. All looking okay for you now, Ty and Caz?

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    Yup, vast improvement IMO, thanks!


 

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