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Since the conversion to the new forum, I've noticed several times that I would read all of the day's newly-changed threads (indicated by the subject in bold font), only to come back in just a few minutes to find a bunch of posts, including some older posts, showing up as newly-changed/bold font. I read these threads again, but could not discern anything that had changed, including whether a user had marked any post as answered. I don't know what might be causing this.
I may have noticed a pattern. I read several E2E forums. For one of them, I skim the thread titles and then select the "mark all read" option when I'm done with that forum. This appears to mark a bunch of threads in the other forums that I have already read as unread. This is repeatable.
We will look into this
Foe - Texas Instruments WW Community Program Manager
We have looked into this at length and none of our developers can replicate this issue. Are you still experiencing this? Is your broswers set to allow cookies (cause im pretty sure thats what stores the whats read and whats not)
If it is still happening can you post screen captures showing the steps you take and what you see
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