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    Styles

    We now have two styles that you can select to change how OUAC looks.

    Forumo has been set as the default style.
    Forumo2 can be selected by you or the old vB standard style that comes with all installations can be selected in the quick style selector at the bottom of the page.

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    i love it!

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    Test post 12345

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    I can't find a place that seems appropriate for this comment = but it would be very helpful if instead of a button "Last Response", the button would read "last unread response". I know I have missed posts because I was directed to last response not realizing there were more responses. Suggestion only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinner View Post
    I can't find a place that seems appropriate for this comment = but it would be very helpful if instead of a button "Last Response", the button would read "last unread response". I know I have missed posts because I was directed to last response not realizing there were more responses. Suggestion only.
    Hi Twinner ,

    If you click on 'new posts' at the top if any page (under the What's New tab), there is an icon that looks like this [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] at the beginning each thread listed. Hover over the icon and it will say 'go to first new post', click on it and it will take you to the first new (unread) post in the thread. I hope this helps...if not, shoot me a PM and I will walk you through it .

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    Thanks - got it - but I would never in a million years know to do that! No a techie.

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