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Suggestion for minor change for making long threads easier to read

 
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Hello,
For longer threads that span multiple pages, there are buttons at the top of the page for getting to the next one. Would it also be possible to include these buttons at the bottom of the page so one does not have to scroll back up to the top? I know this is a minor thing so if no one else cares or has time to fix it that is fine, I'll continue scrolling back up to the top. As a computer engineering grad though, I know it can't be more than a few lines of code.
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Actually after all this time I'm just blind and missed it. Oops. Please delete this thread and save me some embarrassment.
 
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Shawn Koop wrote:Or maybe after all this time I'm just blind and missed it. Oops. Please feel free to delete this thread.


When you are logged into the forum, there are buttons at the top and bottom, but when you are not logged in there are only buttons at the top. It would be nice to have top and bottom buttons in both instances.
 
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Well that makes me feel a bit better. I'm usually not logged in so that would explain my confusion at suddenly having different results. In that case, I would like to re-assert my original request.
 
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Or you could just make sure you're logged on, then it's so much easier for you to join in the threads and share your own experiences as well as reading others'.
 
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I actually log in sometimes only to find that when I go to another page in the same browser window that I have been logged out. It isn't a huge inconvenience but for those of us like me who gets logged out a lot it would be nice not to have to log in so many times a day and still have the buttons at both the top and bottom of the page.
 
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Burra Maluca wrote:Or you could just make sure you're logged on, then it's so much easier for you to join in the threads and share your own experiences as well as reading others'.



Burra, I think you make a good point and I will try and be logged in more often, but I don't think that is necessarily a good reason for the bug to go unfixed.
 
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