Yorkie wrote:When I log on any heading that has had a new post since I last viewed it is highlighted in red so I can quickly identify where something has new has been posted - does yours do that?
Hi John45 and Yorkie, yes, it does and I can see that, but this only works after logging on. But it is a general issue, not a personal one. What I am interested in is to see all topics which have had new answers (during the last day, 7 days, 2 weeks and so on up to 1 year; it depends on a selection everyone can make on his own then) without logging on. It is easier, quicker, you open the website, click "Active topics" and see everything new and needn't a login first.john45 wrote:The "new posts" button works. Isn't this what you want?
Here is a link to the German forum that shows you better what I mean than I can describe it. Just click "Aktive Themen" above on the left side and there you see the list, and if you want, you can expand it as mentioned above by selecting a time frame and clicking "Los".
Last night I couldn't sleep (pre-concert excitement certainly ), so I did some googling and found out that sometimes it works when this function is explicitly activated for every single forum. Not always, but sometimes.
Could it be, Paul, that at the moment it is activated only for the concert section?paul wrote:The forum is currently version 3.1.9 Which I am actually updating later this weekend.
Could you have a look at this link, please?
https://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtop ... &t=2130218
Here, somebody writes: "In ACP, Forums tab, Settings (the green gear icon) make sure "Display active topics" is set to "yes" for all forums."
Or this one which shows the same more clearly:
http://www.jeremylindh.com/phpbb3-updat ... ve-topics/
Is it possible for you to try it? Much work ...?