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    Just got this!

    The maximum amount of posts on this page can display has been reached. Posts will now start to disappear from oldest to newest.
    Old Today, 08:52 AM

    I was looking at a thread that had 14 replies and 144 views.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 19th March 2010 at 11:56 AM.

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    It might be handy to tell them what thread it is.

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    I think it happens with the live updating of a thread. It keeps adding in posts up to a point and then you need to leave it and re-join. It happens on popular threads.

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    press [F5]/[CTRL]-[F5] and refresh the page.

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    EduGeek uses the Live Update feature which will show new posts as they appear, sometimes this also means that before you have refreshed the page the more posts that have appeared now mean that it needs to show on another page and therefore you would need to refresh the browser page and then click on the next page when you want to read the rest of the new posts.

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    EduGeek uses the Live Update feature which will show new posts as they appear, sometimes this also means that before you have refreshed the page the more posts that have appeared now mean that it needs to show on another page and therefore you would need to refresh the browser page and then click on the next page when you want to read the rest of the new posts.

    James.
    Thanks for that, I will remember in furure!



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