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|Clicking on New Posts - Brings Me Back Several Posts|
|Tweet Topic Started: Nov 15 2015, 12:19 PM (153 Views)|
|dc cubs||Nov 15 2015, 12:19 PM Post #1|
||I'm having a problem when I click on any thread with new posts in it. It doesn't bring me to the newest post. It brings me to several posts back in the thread. I'm using Google chrome. Is anyone else having this problem?|
|Miss Rhi||Nov 15 2015, 06:33 PM Post #2|
||I noticed it was doing that the past couple of days. It's better then what a few of us had going on before this latest Chrome update where anytime we went back to a previously read thread it would just land at the top of the page each time. I know Chrome and ZBs don't always get along so I'm not sure anything can be done about this loading issue right now.|
|Queen B||Nov 15 2015, 07:28 PM Post #3|
|It happens to me sometimes as well, but I use my iPhone.|
|Miss Rhi||Nov 16 2015, 08:36 AM Post #4|
I tried to bring up the landing at the top of a page instead of the last post read to the ZB people and the only help they provided for everyone to look at their board settings in the area linked to below. I already had the go to last read post option picked that's at the bottom of those options but those guys wouldn't budge on that probably being the issue.
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