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    Number of Pages

    I've been away for a week or so and just logged onto Edugeek this morning. I noticed when I clicked on the 'new posts' option it stated that it was showing pages 1 / 5 at the top right hand corner of the page - which I thought was odd as I assumed they would be a lot more posts.

    After I had read the first page, I then clicked on next and then the counter moved up to 2 / 6 until I eventually read all 15 pages.

    I could be wrong, but I imagine it should have showed 1 / 15 initially the 2 / 15, 3 / 15 etc.
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    New posts - number of pages

    Just a small observation - when you're looking at "New Posts" - the page count (top right) displays "Page x of y" and then a small range of the pages available - the "y" figure which should show the total number of pages, only shows the number of the next page up from the top of the small range.

    eg - if there were 12 pages - the text says Page 1 of 5 and the range shows pages 1-4 as available, then when you're Page 2 it shows Page 2 of 6 (rather than 2 of 12) - hope you understand - very minor point - but thought you'd like to know.

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    Noticed this as well. Same happens witht he number of posts to.

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    On further investigation, always like to research, the page range increments once on each next page. Page 1 of 5, Page 2 of 6, Page 3 of 7 etc. and on up to the last page. Mouse over the page number to give the number of posts on that page, 1 to 20 of, 21 to 40 of, 41 to 60 of, but does not show the totals after the "of".

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    4.03 has been released, I am not sure if this is a bug or if its a result of the way vbulletin search works. I will see how 4.03 acts and also if anyone else has had the issue.

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    OK thanks

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    vbulletin have said this is not a bug as such, more a limitation with the current vb4 search method. There is a new search engine coming which hopefully should help but for now there is nothing that can be done.

    Closing for now.



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