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When I get on and try to read new posts, once I read a new post, is there a way to get back to the list of new posts without going through the process of clicking on Camino de Santiago Forum/New Posts...????

Is there a way to just go "back" but still mark the post as "read?"
 
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Anniesantiago said:
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Is there a way to just go "back" but still mark the post as "read?"
Annie I use the 'back button on my browser, using your way I seem to lose the list of new posts. The whole list is still there until I go out of 'new posts'. When I go into it again I get a fresh list only if there have been more new posts. I did this because otherwise I used to get a 'no new posts' message.
I'd like to know what others do if there is a better way.
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Anniesantiago said:
When I get on and try to read new posts, once I read a new post, is there a way to get back to the list of new posts without going through the process of clicking on Camino de Santiago Forum/New Posts...????

Is there a way to just go "back" but still mark the post as "read?"
hmmmm... well you can go "back" and then click the refresh button...

What I do is to open each new post in a new tab (right click the link, then "open in new tab").... this way, I go through he tabs reading the posts..

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