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Discussion in 'Help & Feedback' started by Kinnon Bell, 18th Jun, 2015.

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  1. Kinnon Bell

    Kinnon Bell Well-Known Member

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    .... On the sub forum / new thread main pages.

    I swear this was in the 'beta' version?

    Need to know if it's worth opening a thread or not!
     
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  2. Property Twins

    Property Twins Mortgage Brokers - Australia Wide Business Plus Member

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    Can't see this on mobile - I don't think.....possible to get this added?
     
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  3. Azazel

    Azazel Well-Known Member

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    I thought you meant seeing 'new posts' but reading this I guess not?
     
  4. Kinnon Bell

    Kinnon Bell Well-Known Member

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    Yep, realised can see who made last post on Web version but not mob.

    I was more referring to when a new post is made in a thread who made the last comment.
     
  5. Property Twins

    Property Twins Mortgage Brokers - Australia Wide Business Plus Member

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    I think that's visible? Last most column for the threads list
     
  6. Simon Hampel

    Simon Hampel Founder Staff Member

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    I think the issue is that the "last posted user" is only shown on wider screen sizes:

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    vs

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    vs

    2015-06-26_10-53-42.png

    ... it is a challenge to fit all the information we might want to see on a small screen device - if we add too much more, things become cluttered.

    It is certainly something that I could adjust - the question is ... is it a good idea to do so?