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mikejeep    4,025

I've noticed a bug on the "Content You Follow" page when using the Mobile Theme.. it shows the timestamp of the first post in the thread, but hints it was started by whatever user posted most recently. I attached an example.. it's lordsutch's thread, but I made the most recent post.

 

Also, is there a way to add a button to jump to the last page of the thread when using the Mobile Theme? Sometimes the board seems to "forget" my last read post, and some threads are huge.

 

I used to be a fan of Tapatalk but newer versions do a poor job of keeping track of what I've already read via the website.

 

Thanks,

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Flompholph    1,029

How did you get to the "Content You Follow" page?

 

I use "New Content" which can be used to filter to show only the stuff you follow. When clicked it will also take you to the last unread post.

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S4GRU    54,569

We are in the queue for IPBoard to upgrade the package we use to a newer release. It will make changes to the mobile site functionality. It will likely happen before the end of the month.

 

Using Tapatalk on Note 8.0

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Arysyn    1,068

We are in the queue for IPBoard to upgrade the package we use to a newer release. It will make changes to the mobile site functionality. It will likely happen before the end of the month.

 

Using Tapatalk on Note 8.0

Hopefully it will at least keep with the overall look of ipBoard. I cannot overstate one of the biggest positives of S4GRU, besides content, is in its format with using ipBoard. It has been my favorite forum software for years and I'm glad S4GRU keeps using it, unlike some sites I go to that have switched to using the dreaded, facebook-esque Xenforo.

 

I've used Xenforo as an admin before from a license I bought back in its heavily discounted preorder days, which I still felt ripped off by, as I hated the software, especially the styling options the Xenforo creators claimed were suppose to be simple. I know ipBoard standalone licensing is more expensive, and the cloud hosting prohibitive on the cheaper plans for any site wanting a decent number of online users at once to be able to view the site all during the same time. Yet, the cost of the more expensive plans are well worth it for a useful site, such as S4GRU.

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