Will this feature make a comeback? It was the best way to stay up to date. Without it I know I'm missing a lot of posts.
EASY DUDE, THERE WILL BE ANOTHER WAVE
From San Diego, Zhumell Z10 (Bubba is for all around observing)Telrad, Vixen VMC110L on a Porta Mount II, Bushnell 10x50 (for beach) Garrett 10x50 classics (for Sylvia), Zhumell 80x20 on their Pro tripod(cuz they were cheap and sylvia digs 'em), 1.75 readers (so I can find the other stuff)
I was wondering the same.
TS 8x40 Wildlife - TS 10x50 Marine - Fujinon 16x70 - TS 80mm f6 triplet & Sky-Watcher EQ-3 mount - TS 2" 99% diagonal - Celestron C5+ on homemade tripod - 5" homemade Bahtinov - Sky-Watcher 6x30 right-reading finders - Baader Hyperion 24,13,10mm 68° - TS Expanse 17mm 70° - Celestron Ultima 2x barlow - Astronomik UHC-E nebula filter - Baader Astro Solar 5" filter - Sky Atlas 2000 - Rükl's Moon atlas - Canon 400D - 5mW green laser
I'm no longer wondering. The feature is still there but you have to open individual sections, like "Telescopes", or "Accessories", to find it.
It's not just lazines on my part. But I often ck the computer while I'm letting some glue set or lacquer dry. So clicking 'Posts you haven't read' was quick and easy. Just scan down the list and hit the threads that were important to me then check the rest when I had time. Now I hit latest discussions and only get the latest on each section and miss some because they weren't the latest. I guess I spend a lot less time on this forum than I used to. Now I scan down cking the dates on latest discussions then click 'unread' at the top and they all go away even the posts I haven't read like "last 2 letters". So 'unread' means threads and not posts.