Something strange with the new posts count and the served results

Discussion in 'Suggestions & Feedback' started by s.molinari, Jun 6, 2014.

  1. s.molinari

    s.molinari Leader of Skooppa

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    Hi,

    The numbers of new posts doesn't jive with the results.

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    Ah, lord bless the new copy and paste images in the editor function!:D

    Scott
     
  2. Steve

    Steve Administrator

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  3. ENF

    ENF Participant

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    Scott,

    I saw that too and I figure it's just that the 'marked as read' data isn't in-synch, so for myself, I just marked the forums as read and them number has been consistent after that.

    I don't recall if there were using database marking or cookie marking for read items before...

    Cheers.

    EDIT: Of course, after I said that... when I went back out -- there were '5' new posts on the navbar but 4 showing in the list. (so, nvm, sort of... lol)
     
  4. Greg

    Greg TAZ Rookie

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    Isn't this one because the results are threads and the red number is posts?
     
  5. TrixieTang

    TrixieTang Politically Incorrect

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    The results are shown as threads, the new posts are contained within them. And there's that but that's already been mentioned if the numbers still don't add up.
     
  6. rexxxy

    rexxxy Enthusiast

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    Look at my count 5,355 lol that's a lot of reading

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  7. TrixieTang

    TrixieTang Politically Incorrect

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    Better get started.
     
  8. s.molinari

    s.molinari Leader of Skooppa

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    Not sure if it was like that on AE to be honest, but the number should be representative of newest unread posts in threads, which is what the search results show. Not all new posts. That is probably where the discrepancy comes from.

    Now looking at another forum with this addon, it looks like it is normal operation. So, nevermind.:)

    Scott
     
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