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    I can not figure out how to make a page that would show all new posts since last visit. Is this possible in VB5? The today's post just does not cut it for some of my members.

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    It's the "New Topics" that should display new posts since your last visit.

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    • #3
      New Topics is currently rather buggy and will eventually give you poor results.

      For the time being, I recommend Today's Posts, which works correctly.

      You will get unread posts highlighted in bold so it does identify which posts are unread.

      Today's Posts by default only shows to guests...you can edit the permissions in Site Builder > Navigation Bar
      What I then do is effectively turn New Topics off, by making it only visible to banned users.
      You could delete it but then when it gets fixed you won't have the URL.
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      • #4
        The look of Today's post is great, can if be edited to show back 2-6 days?

        New topics only show if there is a new topic posted not if a post was made to a topic.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by marinelife View Post
          The look of Today's post is great, can if be edited to show back 2-6 days?
          You can carefully edit the URL.

          Look for:
          lastDay

          Change it to:
          lastWeek

          Or just replace lastDay with 6 if you want six days.

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          • #6
            Thanks that will work for now.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Mark.B View Post
              New Topics is currently rather buggy and will eventually give you poor results.

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              Has any work be done on this yet or is it still on the list to be done?

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              • #8
                We've progressively made improvements to the default JSON string, however it only gets affected on new installs. We're talking about how to fix this long term.

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