Since I've not touched the TRN code - ever - I believe you're correct. Looking at the TRN code the notifications are based on posts, and if a post is split into a different thread then that's where the notification comes from. It would also explain why you suddenly become unsubscribed from TRNs if posts are deleted.Nice to know it will be attended to after all these eons
It's an old system and it's on my to-do list.
Any page in particular? What's the scenario?
The only reason that would happen is if the previous page is redirecting you to the current page. Browser controls are not something we can control.
I miss automatic quote stacking. My stance is that it's easier to remove quote stacking you don't want, rather than have to manually insert it, so why's it gone?Because the RTE breaks nested quotes, and before anyone complains no, I'm not changing the RTE. After exhaustive testing it's the one best suited to our needs, and no, I'm not going to create one myself.
Its been slow here all afternoon like dead slow i have seen roadkill moving faster than Railpage today.It is doing the all one word replies again as above i had to clear the cache and restart my comp to get to post this,
NOT having a shot just bringing it to your notice.
Because the RTE breaks nested quotes, and before anyone complains no, I'm not changing the RTE. After exhaustive testing it's the one best suited to our needs, and no, I'm not going to create one myself.Okay, I accept that. Is there any way for us to cut straight to editing the source BBCode that preserves nested quotes?