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Thread: Cookie Timeout?

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    Senior Member assassingod's Avatar
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    Whats the cookie timeout for new posts at WDF? It seems that posts from 2 hours ago still remain on the top few latest posts.

    Is this a clever way of making people think there are still new posts?

    Also, why isnt the post font the same font used in the quick reply, and newthread/reply?
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    Yes, it is 2 hours.

    I don't know what you mean by the second question? They are all the same, Trebuchet MS.
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    That's quite a long time.

    Hmm, it looks different in the quick reply box - might be me not noticing things again (Or maybe becasue this has a background that makes it look differnet?)
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    It's the same font, I believe.

    It's 2 hours for important reasons which you can guess but that I won't confirm nor deny
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    Ok, thanks both for the replies.
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    BTW, the best thing to do is once you have read all the threads is click the 'mark read' link at the bottom of the page.

    Filburt: Does vB3 mark the forum read immediately after you have read all the threads in it?
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    I believe so.

    Yes, I suggest using Mark All as Read instead of relying on the timeout.
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    Cool, is there anything vB3 doesn't have
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    Senior Member assassingod's Avatar
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    It cant order you a pizza

    And yes, I usually use Mark All Forums read link, I just forget to sometimes
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    Oh yes it can

    [searchweb]pizza[/searchweb]
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