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  • As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact everywhere, we understand our users will have a lot of questions about how it affects the theme parks. We are entering unprecedented waters, and honestly, the answer is either "yea, probably", or "Too early to tell". We just don't know specifics until the theme parks give us an answer. At this time, we're asking to please leave the COVID talk to the appropriate COVID threads, and if something officially and specifically is impacted by a closure, then we can discuss it further in the respective threads. Thank you!

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keeper

Premium Member
Oct 18, 2010
62
Greetings

I am trying to catch up on things here and finding it cumbersome to see threads in chronological order. I've discovered the "new posts" tab which is wonderful but when I go into these new posts it sets me at the first post in the thread and I hav eto click to the last page to view the newest post. Is there a setting that I can change so when I click on a thread that I read it in reverse chronological order with the most recent comment on top??
 
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ChrisM

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Dec 22, 2012
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Orlando, Fl
Not sure if this exactly the answer you're looking for, but have you tried clicking the time stamp in the right hand column under last message, beneath the members name who last potsed?
 

Brian G.

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Jan 21, 2008
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Orlando, FL
Greetings

I am trying to catch up on things here and finding it cumbersome to see threads in chronological order. I've discovered the "new posts" tab which is wonderful but when I go into these new posts it sets me at the first post in the thread and I hav eto click to the last page to view the newest post. Is there a setting that I can change so when I click on a thread that I read it in reverse chronological order with the most recent comment on top??
Sorry I'm just seeing it now. There is a way, but it would be the default view for everyone. I'll see if I can an option for it to add-on. In the mean time, I suggest using the "Go the First Unread" button in the mean time.