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Community Beginner ,
Sep 18, 2009 Sep 18, 2009

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Is there a way of jumping to the first unread message in a thread?

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Contributor , Sep 18, 2009 Sep 18, 2009
Michael,the short answer is no.The users have complained about this lack of functionality, but we have yet to see it implemented.hopper

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LEGEND ,
Sep 18, 2009 Sep 18, 2009

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Hi there

Did you try Ctrl+Home?

Cheers... Rick

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Michael,

the short answer is no.

The users have complained about this lack of functionality, but we have yet to see it implemented.

hopper

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greenjumpyone wrote:

Michael,

the short answer is no.

The users have complained about this lack of functionality, but we have yet to see it implemented.

hopper

That's bad. On other web forums that I frequent the 'jump to first unread' is a very useful command (e.g. boards.ie). These Adobe forums seem very poorly designed, very user-unfriendly. Reading here I see I'm not alone in this opinion.

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Sep 18, 2009 Sep 18, 2009

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Michael_H._Phillips wrote:

That's bad. On other web forums that I frequent the 'jump to first unread' is a very useful command (e.g. boards.ie). These Adobe forums seem very poorly designed, very user-unfriendly. Reading here I see I'm not alone in this opinion.

MHP

Oh, you don't know the half of it... (or the tenth even..)

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LEGEND ,
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Hi there

Sorry Michael, my bad. For folks that subscribe via E-Mail, when you receive a message it has a link you click to visit the thread. Frequently the link deposits you perhaps way near the bottom of a lengthy thread. I was thinking this was perhaps what you were referring to and you were seeking an easy way to view the beginning of the thread.

I suppose if you were visiting the forums strictly via the Web interface it would be a handy option to have to skip to a specific area.

Cheers all... Rick

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LEGEND ,
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It just makes sense to rejoin where you left off on the last visit, rather than hunting around for the last post you read.


WebX did it!

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Sep 18, 2009 Sep 18, 2009

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Cha.....

John Joslin wrote:

It just makes sense to rejoin where you left off on the last visit, rather than hunting around for the last post you read.


WebX did it!

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Captiv8r wrote:

Hi there

Did you try Ctrl+Home?

Cheers... Rick

I tried the corresponding Mac keys but nothing happened.

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