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    Suddenly, my SDZ order of reading posts has gone haywire like some others have in the past. My browser opens SDZ into the Recent Posts. In the past, Recent Posts acted in a normal way for me with Recent Posts being chronological top to bottom. Beginning a couple of days ago, it started not showing in chronological order (latest to oldest). Today a new OLD one showed up:

    NOTICE the second thread - no activity since 2013 and it is showing up as RECENT post. There was a complaint about a month ago from someone here that they added a recent post to a thread but it did not move the thread to the top. Well, this is happening to me now. This must be a reaction between the SDZ system and individual browser handshaking or cache browsing. These posts ARE registering on SDZ, but SDZ is NOT sending them to the top after the post on all browsers. I have opened SDZ in three different browsers and all three show the same thing. This speaks to it being more likely an SDZ software problem.

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    Ii don't see that under recent posts, for whatever reason.

    For what it's worth I find "New Topics" to be a lot more useful than "Recent posts" as it hilights threads, not posts.

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    • #3
      I'm not seeing that post at all, nor was I able to duplicate the issue last time it was reported. I'll see if I can get it to happen on any of the browers I have installed.
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      • #4
        And here's the answer. There is a reply to this topic that is in moderation that I couldn't see until I was logged into my admin account.

        What this really means is that I need to figure out how to automatically close zombie threads after they're a year old or so.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by twistsol View Post
          And here's the answer. There is a reply to this topic that is in moderation that I couldn't see until I was logged into my admin account.

          What this really means is that I need to figure out how to automatically close zombie threads after they're a year old or so.
          That used to be a simple thing IIRC.
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