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05/18/2011 07:08:44 AM · #1
I find it infuriating having to click twice to read my private messages that go over one page. It'd.be great to have the option that when you click on the subject of a pm you would.be brought to.the last page of the message thread.

Its very infrequent that I want to review the first few messages so these should not be prioritised.

Anyone else feel this way? Or am I just crazy? :-)
05/18/2011 07:10:28 AM · #2
Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

Anyone else feel this way? Or am I just crazy? :-)


Yes.
05/18/2011 07:21:13 AM · #3
You can reverse them, but that reverses forums, as well.
I agree with you though, a simple last read would be much better.
05/18/2011 07:26:46 AM · #4
Originally posted by spiritualspatula:

You can reverse them, but that reverses forums, as well.
I agree with you though, a simple last read would be much better.

Even if it did it for unread pms come in. That'd be fine.

Reversing always confuses me! I'm a simple.minded guy you see. None of this fancy reversing or facetube or youbook or anything.

Message edited by author 2011-05-18 07:28:33.
05/18/2011 10:10:45 AM · #5
Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

Reversing always confuses me! I'm a simple.minded guy you see. None of this fancy reversing or facetube or youbook or anything.


Personally, I find the opposite to be true. I think it's unnatural for the newest communications to be on the bottom of the stack; they belong on the top, like they would be on a spindle in the old days. I set everything, everywhere, to "latest on top" and it makes life very simple.

R.
05/18/2011 10:15:33 AM · #6
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Originally posted by NiallOTuama:

Reversing always confuses me! I'm a simple.minded guy you see. None of this fancy reversing or facetube or youbook or anything.


Personally, I find the opposite to be true. I think it's unnatural for the newest communications to be on the bottom of the stack; they belong on the top, like they would be on a spindle in the old days. I set everything, everywhere, to "latest on top" and it makes life very simple.

R.


Ditto. I never could figure out why someone would go to a PM or a thread just to have to click to the last page and scroll down to read the latest news...

Long live reverse!!
05/18/2011 10:41:46 AM · #7
I like the reverse as well, the only thing that annoys me about the PM threads is that when you make a comment the box goes at the bottom instead of the top like the forum threads. So if you have a really long PM thread going its a pain to have to keep scrolling to the bottom to make your comment.

The forum threads and the PM threads should be the same, I can't figure out why they made them different.
05/18/2011 12:06:53 PM · #8
Originally posted by sjhuls:

I like the reverse as well, the only thing that annoys me about the PM threads is that when you make a comment the box goes at the bottom instead of the top like the forum threads. So if you have a really long PM thread going its a pain to have to keep scrolling to the bottom to make your comment.

The forum threads and the PM threads should be the same, I can't figure out why they made them different.


yup. This is awful on a smart phone -- takes forever to scroll down.
05/18/2011 12:41:14 PM · #9
Originally posted by vawendy:

Originally posted by sjhuls:

I like the reverse as well, the only thing that annoys me about the PM threads is that when you make a comment the box goes at the bottom instead of the top like the forum threads. So if you have a really long PM thread going its a pain to have to keep scrolling to the bottom to make your comment.

The forum threads and the PM threads should be the same, I can't figure out why they made them different.


yup. This is awful on a smart phone -- takes forever to scroll down.


Totally agree, a real pain in the keister...

R.
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