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    does this image show up?
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    yes
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    • #3
      And your post is still at the top when in Latest Activity. It should be at the bottom
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      • #4
        Originally posted by cheeryfool View Post
        And your post is still at the top when in Latest Activity. It should be at the bottom
        That's not what I'm seeing. I'm guessing you mean in Tapatalk?
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        • #5
          Originally posted by macromark View Post

          That's not what I'm seeing. I'm guessing you mean in Tapatalk?
          WOW! Latest Activity looks good now! Congratulations!

          Unfortunately fix doesn't extend to Tapatalk as of yet. No change there.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by macromark View Post

            That's not what I'm seeing. I'm guessing you mean in Tapatalk?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by cheeryfool View Post

              No, in the Web forum on Chrome Click image for larger version  Name:	forum_order.png Views:	1 Size:	387.9 KB ID:	1249715
              I think you were actually in the "Image Test" thread when you clicked "Latest Activity". If you want to latest activity in the "How To" forum, change to that forum's home page first and then click on Latest Activity. if you do that, you'll see this:
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              • #8
                In each thread, no matter how I navigate to it, I want to see the latest (newest) post at the top, followed by the next newest - like the entire forum used to work. Now I always see the first (original) post on top, then the most recent and then the next most recent etc. In the forum view or search results, I do see the threads with the newest posts in order, but there's still no preview text.
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                • #9
                  Image looks fine here using Firefox in Ubuntu or Windows 10. Did not look at forum post with telephone (6.X screen) or tablet.
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                  • #10
                    cheeryfool Not sure whether it's what you're looking for, but have you played with setting Display Mode to Latest Activity under User Settings > Account? For me that puts the threads in most-recent-post-first order--albeit with the original post as a "sticky" at the top.
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by cc4005 View Post
                      cheeryfool Not sure whether it's what you're looking for, but have you played with setting Display Mode to Latest Activity under User Settings > Account? For me that puts the threads in most-recent-post-first order--albeit with the original post as a "sticky" at the top.
                      Yes, that's what I have and am trying to solve. I want the original post at the bottom then the newer ones in order and the newest at the top. This doesn't seem to be possible currently. Has anyone been able to achieve this standard behaviour that we had on the old forum?
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