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With this new forum software when you click on the forum heading, like Lightroom, you get the Overview area/view. I want to make the Content area/view be my default. How do you do that.
I think I found it. Instead of clicking on the Lightroom link you click the More Discussions (in) link. That seems to take you back the full list of threads.
You may wish to Bookmark that, so you can always get back to it. Many of us have an Adobe Forums Bookmark folder.
By the way, the URL of this forum has just changed, so I have made a new Bookmark for it.
Thanks for the input. I have the forums bookmarked but that is not what I am asking about.
With the older jive software when I was in a thread and then clicked on the link that said Lightroom forum I was taken back to a view that showed all content.
Now with the newer software when I click the similar link I get the Overview page and have to then click Content. I found a way to get back to the content view by clicking the More discussions - in link.
I don't care to have a folder of Adobe forum bookmarks. One is sufficient.
They reversed the link order which confused many people [myself included].
Previously it was PRODUCT FORUM NAME / Discussions
Now, it's More Discussions in Forum Comments. IMO, it's counter-intuitive to what it should be.
Thanks for this feedback- this was something I completely overlooked!
I've added this to our feature request list.
I always bookmark the Discussions page because that shows the unread threads in bold.
Bookmarking it doesn't work when you click the heading "Photoshop Lightroom". That take you to the Overview section with a limited number of posts. I don't care to have bookmarks on a bar in my browser.
I just mentioned it because it suits me to have the main forums bookmarked (I keep bookmarks shown at the left).
By the way, when you are in the thread, you can click the More Discussions link at the top (to the left) instead of the forum name (to the right) and get (back) to the Discussions page.