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Is it possible that I am being dense today, because although I have searched high and low, and have set 50 posts per thread in my 'MyLQ options', I can't seem to get more than 10 threads per page if I click on the '0 Reply Threads' in the 2nd Main Menu on the right.
The other thing that occurs is that when I read a 0 Reply Thread and subscribe to it and reverse back to the list (to continue where I left off) the '2' choice in the 'Page 1 of 10 | 1 | 2 | 3 | > | Last | >> ' area goes DYSFUNCTIONAL.
Anybody else having this problem? I know Jeremy has suggested using tabs on the Browser rather than the back button, BUT unfortunately Jeremy failed to communicate properly with Microsoft and their browser doesn't have the tab function. The only reason I use IE for LQ is that my Win2k machine is using Outlook 2000 (a requirement of some of my customers/clients) and everytime I try to make Firefox its default browser the machine goes belly up. Obviously, when I am surfing the web I use Firefox 1.5 for security reasons.
Edit at 2:18am.: Incidentally, I have encountered the same problem on Firefox 1.5 on my Suse10oss 64-bit box. so it isn't all Microsoft's fault - when I finish subscribing to a new 0 reply thread and reverse through the Proceed and add to Subscriptions pages to try and get back to my 0 replies threads Page 2 , 3 , or whatever.
Edit at 4:45am.: I keep getting the following LinuxQuestions.org Message:
Sorry - no matches. Please try some different terms.