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Last Post 25 Feb 2012 03:50 PM by Adam Jones. 2 Replies.
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25 Feb 2012 08:21 AM
    • Active Forums Version: 4.3.8
    • DotNetNuke Version: 6.1.2
    If a user answers a discussion with possibly 75 replies, and its set for 20 per page, making the thread appear as 4 pages to that user.

    When they reply, the redirects them to the first page.  They then have to click PAGE 4, to see their reply.

    It pisses users off.

    I have tried to fix this, which if I set in the MYSETTINGS to NEWEST FIRST, it places the newest discussion on PAGE 1 at the top, which makes sense, and works fine, but most people dont read that way.

    They dont start reading a discussion from PAGE 4 and work their way backwards.

    So my question is, how can I get the postback, after a user submits a reply, to redirect to that last reply page, which in this case would be 4?
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    25 Feb 2012 01:30 PM
    Have you searched the forums. This has been debated a lot in the past. I don't remember whether this was resolved though.
    DotNetNuke Corp. has a time machine. It acquires modules and sends them back to the stone age. e.g. Active Social.
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    25 Feb 2012 03:50 PM
    Have you searched the forums. This has been debated a lot in the past. I don't remember whether this was resolved though.
    I found a few topics on this, but nothing looks to be concrete that a solution was developed.
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