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Message 1386402 - Posted: 1 Jul 2013, 12:30:41 UTC

The creation of a new thread in my team was made to the detriment of an older thread (I have 50 threads in my team - 25 online/25 hidden)
I don't see any more the thread appearing on the homepage of the forum of my team.
I noticed that the posts published in the thread which disappeared are always accessible via the summary of the posted messages which we find at the account of each.
How I find this thread (ID 68147) ?
Apparently, there are no several pages as on the public forums of SETI@home.
I can't create new thread as long as I don't know where passed the other threads because I would not want that other threads disappear.
Has anybody met this problem in his team ?
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Message 1386420 - Posted: 1 Jul 2013, 13:21:28 UTC

I just realize that the invisible threads change depending on the sort that is performed in the community preferences (newest first - most views first - newest post first...)
But the problem persists because the maximum number of visible threads is locked at 50 threads.
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Message 1386432 - Posted: 1 Jul 2013, 13:40:47 UTC

New information >> We can by-pass the problem by making a sorting from the line of command "start" (what is not very friendly but we find the other page of the forums become invisible)

http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_forum.php?id=XXXX&start=0

http://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_forum.php?id=XXXX&start=50
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