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    I do not like the way Quick Navigation works. Theres nothing quick about it it at all. Seems when you click on it, You need to scroll thru the list to get out of the thread you are in to get back to the Customization Forum or any forum. The old way was much quicker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Buzzard View Post
    I do not like the way Quick Navigation works. Theres nothing quick about it it at all. Seems when you click on it, You need to scroll thru the list to get out of the thread you are in to get back to the Customization Forum or any forum. The old way was much quicker.
    How does it differ from the old quick navigation? That too was a scrolling drop-down list. Granted the new one has some additional options but it's not significantly different is it? Or am I missing something?
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    It shows the current forum you are in, But there is no button along side the list you could just click to take you back to the default like the old way. So you need to scoll thru the list which is long and not easy to read to get back to the default forum you were in.

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    OK, I see what you mean. Hmm, that's not something I can change. I suppose the best alternative is to click on the "Top" button next to Quick Navigation and then use the breadcrumb link to go back to the forum or simply use the Back button on your browser (assuming that's where you were previously).
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    I would think that if you use the back button, The thread you were just in will not be marked as read.
    What is the breadcrumb link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Buzzard View Post
    I would think that if you use the back button, The thread you were just in will not be marked as read.
    What is the breadcrumb link?
    The breadcrumb is a hierarchical list of links from forum home to your current location. So if you're looking at a thread, it always contains a link back to the parent forum:

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    Looking good David, good job!
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    Great job David.

    Are there different 'themes' available?
    Not sure if a theme would fix this, but the one feature that I already miss is the separate column on this page that shows the number of replies, now that it is lumped in with the views....

    Beyond that, looks great so far. Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkmcswain View Post
    Are there different 'themes' available?
    Not at the moment but I may include some in the future - obviously, we'll need a "festive" theme for the Christmas period!

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    Not sure if a theme would fix this, but the one feature that I already miss is the separate column on this page that shows the number of replies, now that it is lumped in with the views....
    That's a structural part of the new forum that won't be changed - I'm afraid that comes under the heading of "Get used to it".
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