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    Clicking straight to last message of a thread

    Hi all,

    Ages ago, it was brought up by someone that you could not go straight to the last message of a thread.

    I've just discovered by accident that this is not the case! I'm sure others probably already know this, but this post is for the benefit of whoever asked (and I can't find the old post.
    As long as you aren't at the forum 'homepage' this works....

    Say you're in the General ChitChat forum where you'd see columns:

    Topic Topic Starter Replies Last Post

    Take for example the topic 'love the C3...'

    Currently the last post is by nJm. If you click on the underlined link in the Last Post column, "Last reply by nJm it will take you straight to the last post!

    Happy foruming everyone,
    Derek.

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    Your a smart one Deka! tongue roll_lau

    What would we do without you! cheers!

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    We could start a list.....
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    Man I thought everyone knew that mallet

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    I'm a big fan of Ctrl-End, Ctrl-Home, PgUp and PgDn when browsing, really quick to get around the page.

    Mind you, easier if you are using the mouse with your left hand, the your right hand can hover over the cursor control keys...
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    Europa:
    I'm a big fan of Ctrl-End, Ctrl-Home, PgUp and PgDn when browsing, really quick to get around the page.

    Mind you, easier if you are using the mouse with your left hand, the your right hand can hover over the cursor control keys...
    I don't think we want to know what your right hand is doing if you are mousing with your left hand eek! That is, assuming you are right handed mallet roll_lau
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    I was wondering how long it would take someone to say that. Peugeot owner perchance?

    Ah no, I see Citroen - not a lot of difference these days, easy to get confused

    <small>[ 13 March 2003, 12:39 PM: Message edited by: Europa ]</small>
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    I have a different question for the masses.

    Is there any way of subscribing to a thread you DID NOT START?

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    Europa:
    I was wondering how long it would take someone to say that. Peugeot owner perchance?

    Ah no, I see Citroen - not a lot of difference these days, easy to get confused
    Hmmm, we haven't had a good trout slap around here for a long time! What do you think greenblood, shall we smite him with the mighty fish? mallet
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    UFO:
    Hmmm, we haven't had a good trout slap around here for a long time! What do you think greenblood, shall we smite him with the mighty fish? mallet
    Smite away

    It was a fair statement, sadly there ain't a lot of difference between the two... frown
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    Europa:
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    Hmmm, we haven't had a good trout slap around here for a long time! What do you think greenblood, shall we smite him with the mighty fish? mallet
    Smite away

    It was a fair statement, sadly there ain't a lot of difference between the two...
    Phew.. nearly missed this post...........

    'GreenBlood takes umbrage and smites Europa with soggy wet trout'

    Feel better now wink

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