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vharishankar 06-13-2005 04:14 AM

"Go back to the page you were previously viewing" - From User CP
 
I just noticed today that once I edited my UserCP profile information, I had to navigate back through to the page I was viewing (because I didn't want to use the browser "back" button which won't load the page fresh).

It would be nice to have a link in the UserCP which would directly take me back to the page I was viewing previously rather than go back using the forum menus or the dropdown lists and then click the topic link again.

Simon Bridge 06-13-2005 06:51 AM

You click the back button, then refresh (or reload).

Personally, I'd prefer to return to where I'd left off. Do we really want to reate work for jeremy for a couple of clicks?

Note, though, that your edited profile will display correctly without refreshing the page.

jeremy 06-13-2005 08:22 AM

We don't actually store the page you were viewing previously and doing something like a javascript history-1 is pretty much the same as just hitting the back button + refresh, so wouldn't really gain much.

--jeremy


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