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Blocked threads show new content status/flag in My Content


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After a thread has been blocked, the thread remains in the My Content list, and shows the new content status/flag if there is unread content in that thread. There seems to be no way to clear this status/flag in the My Content list.

I mean, I'm assuming "fluffer" is just another pjorative term for carebears, whales, etc. Of course, I could be incorrect, but I doubt it.

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After a thread has been blocked, the thread remains in the My Content list, and shows the new content status/flag if there is unread content in that thread. There seems to be no way to clear this status/flag in the My Content list.

 

One way to flag that content as "read" is to use the "Mark Community Read" link at the bottom of the page.  It is a little hard to see because it is black text over the background image.

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If your on pc you should be able to unfollow the thread, but I'm not sure that addresses your problem...

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If your on pc you should be able to unfollow the thread, but I'm not sure that addresses your problem...

 

That wouldn't remove it from My Content. Moreover, unless there's a second way to unfollow the thread, I can't get to the thread to unfollow it in the first place.

I mean, I'm assuming "fluffer" is just another pjorative term for carebears, whales, etc. Of course, I could be incorrect, but I doubt it.

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One way to flag that content as "read" is to use the "Mark Community Read" link at the bottom of the page.  It is a little hard to see because it is black text over the background image.

 

That's true, that would work. Good idea.

 

The bug remains, however.

I mean, I'm assuming "fluffer" is just another pjorative term for carebears, whales, etc. Of course, I could be incorrect, but I doubt it.

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