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    Choose thread subscription when posting

    Would it be possible to have a tick box next to the message field so that you can choose whether or not to subscribe to a thread when you post?

    Sometimes, I post, but know I don't want to maintain a subscription and have to manually unsubscribe afterwards. It could be checked by default and you clear it if you don't want to subscribe
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    I like the idea. I will have a look into the hacks required to do it.

    Cheers for the suggestion

    {Moved to the Site problems forum as I will apply this change and update later}

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    Do you not have the option shown in "advanced" post mode?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroHour View Post
    Do you not have the option shown in "advanced" post mode?
    That's email notification, not thread subscription - it's not the same thing.

    I'd like it in quick post and advanced if possible, please

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    It is the same thing actually. Just set that field to say "No Email Notification" and then its just a subscription without emails.
    I will try to clarify that boxes purpose and see if there is a way to add it to the quick reply.

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    Aaaah! I see what you mean! Anyhow, I use quick post 99% of the time, so the option for that would be useful if possible. Thanks

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