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Alternative to "new posts" selection


TUG Member
Jun 6, 2005
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I just love the ability to select "new posts" and see all the updates since I last visited the BBS. However, there's been several times where my PC hung up on me, or something came up and I got timed out before I had reviewed all of the posts.

I tried to use an advanced search to show everything since yesterday for instance, but it requires me to enter additional search criteria.

Is there a way to list only posts new from a specific time, or at least new today, or just list in reverse chronological order?


Makai Guy

Jun 3, 2004
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Aiken, SC, USA
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Spicebush (Hilton Head Island)
The best way I've found is to open the New Posts page, then open any message you want to go to in a separate window (or tab if you're using a tabbed browser). That way, the original list stays onscreen in its own window/tab and can't time out. When you're done reading any given thread just close out its window/tab.