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#1 Diva

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Posted 16 January 2009 - 01:44 PM

Hey Djy! (Djy - Anti)
The thread icons:
Some of them have scrolling text, some of them are red,
some have a little star...I was wondering what they are??
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#2 metoo

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Posted 17 January 2009 - 06:37 AM

Well the red ones show that the thread contains post that you have not yet read. The scrolling one shows the thread has more then one page. I have not figured out the star one yet, but I suspect it may show that you have made posts in that thread...
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#3 AntiThesis

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Posted 17 January 2009 - 08:02 AM

This is a summary of the new topic icons and what they mean.

Two general points
- Red icons are unread items, blue/grey are read
- A star on any thread means you have posted in it

Posted Image - Announcement
Posted Image - Sticky thread
Posted Image - Read topic
Posted Image - Unread topic
Posted Image - Read topic that you have posted in
Posted Image - Unread topic that you have posted in
Posted Image - Hot topic
Posted Image - Locked thread
Posted Image - Moved thread
Posted Image - Forum with subforums (which have been read)
http://www.dementia....ad_subforum.gif - Forum with subforums (which are unread)
http://www.dementia..../forum_link.gif - Link forum
http://www.dementia....opic_attach.gif - Attachment
http://www.dementia....opic_latest.gif - Go to last post in the thread
http://www.dementia....opic_newest.gif - Go to last unread post in the thread
http://www.dementia....bforum_read.gif - Subforum read
http://www.dementia....orum_unread.gif - Subforum unread
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