1. Joined
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    25 Mar '08 19:02
    there should be a 'last page' button on threads -

    when a thread is >20 pages eg the 'cludi leaving' one , there is no way
    of telling which page it is up to

    - so if it's at page 40 say, that means you have to perform 20 clicks to
    get to the latest page
  2. The sky
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    25 Mar '08 19:36
    Originally posted by cairn
    there should be a 'last page' button on threads -

    when a thread is >20 pages eg the 'cludi leaving' one , there is no way
    of telling which page it is up to

    - so if it's at page 40 say, that means you have to perform 20 clicks to
    get to the latest page
    Or you can go back to the thread page and click on "Last post". (It would still be nice to be able to navigate more easily within the thread.)
  3. Joined
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    25 Mar '08 19:40
    I agree - I only realised recently how to get past the 20. Now I rely on my history to take me to the last page of a thread I've looked at.

    A 'last post' link would solve the problem
  4. Sigulda, Latvia
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    25 Mar '08 20:23
    Originally posted by Mad Mac MacMad
    I agree - I only realised recently how to get past the 20. Now I rely on my history to take me to the last page of a thread I've looked at.

    A 'last post' link would solve the problem
    In the forum page you can use the date of last post in a thread, which actually is a hyperlink or you can choose which page to open modifying the link.
  5. Donationmwmiller
    RHP Member No.16
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    25 Mar '08 20:351 edit
    Click on the thread title to start on the first page.
    Click on the last post date and you will start on the last page of posts.

    I guess we're all saying the same thing.....😵
  6. Joined
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    26 Mar '08 03:46
    and if you want somewhere in the middle, just edit the "page=x" number in the URL ...
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