how can i mark the thread which i visit last time.
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You don't say how you are viewing the forum: imho, the best way is to get an RSS reader (akregator, in my case, but thread readers that are native to other GUIs than kde exist) to deliver to you new threads to your desk.
In that case, the answer is 'mark as important', which is available as a right mouse click and the submenu pops up.
Why would Bookmarks not work? In Firefox, you can create a Bookmarks folder, name it something like "Interesting LQ Threads", then place all of them there to reduce the clutter in your main Bookmarks menu. If you're planning to save many, many threads, you can create subfolders and name them according to the thread name, etc. I'm sure other browsers offer the same capability, and IMHO, that would give the quickest and easiest access to the threads.