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I think we've been mentioning this for years.  
 
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Old view is no more!
 
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I changed to the new view a long time ago and I made use of the dashboard functionality and I have used the "Most recent topics table" with pleasure, you might want to try it as well (or build your own):

My Profile > Site Personalization > Default view on the home page
 
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If you want to use a view that looks most like the old one, choose "Most recent in last month by category". The only thing I'm missing is a "mark all read" button - that's available on the default view though.

Edit: it's also there per forum, just not a global one.
 
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I experience a weird behaviour with new view, I'm tired to scroll horizontally pages  am i the sole to experience that? for you horizontal scrolling is helpful?
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:If you want to use a view that looks most like the old one, choose "Most recent in last month by category". The only thing I'm missing is a "mark all read" button - that's available on the default view though.



Thank you very much!

It made it look like an old one (not sure if I can notice a difference)
 
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Harry Kar wrote:I experience a weird behaviour with new view, I'm tired to scroll horizontally pages  am i the sole to experience that? for you horizontal scrolling is helpful?



is this on a particular page?
 
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paul wheaton wrote:

Harry Kar wrote:I experience a weird behaviour with new view, I'm tired to scroll horizontally pages  am i the sole to experience that? for you horizontal scrolling is helpful?



is this on a particular page?


I just ticked adopt new view or something similar in preferences > site personalization not sure if is that but now seems the horizontal scroll bar diminish drastically his extension
now seems that item i ticked in preferences is not there so i can't reproduce the effect(assumed that was the cause); anyway when i observe it again i refer it here

PS : The extensive scrollbar was present when was present that view(before click the link to pass to the old view) in every page
 
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Rob Spoor wrote:If you want to use a view that looks most like the old one, choose "Most recent in last month by category". The only thing I'm missing is a "mark all read" button - that's available on the default view though.

Edit: it's also there per forum, just not a global one.


Using the dashboard functionality described above, you can choose the "top forums" widget. It has the "mark all read" button on it.
 
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Harry Kar wrote:

paul wheaton wrote:

Harry Kar wrote:I experience a weird behaviour with new view, I'm tired to scroll horizontally pages  am i the sole to experience that? for you horizontal scrolling is helpful?



is this on a particular page?


I just ticked adopt new view or something similar in preferences > site personalization not sure if is that but now seems the horizontal scroll bar diminish drastically his extension
now seems that item i ticked in preferences is not there so i can't reproduce the effect(assumed that was the cause); anyway when i observe it again i refer it here

PS : The extensive scrollbar was present when was present that view(before click the link to pass to the old view) in every page



Right now i re-ticked in site preferences use the current view. I did that one time earlier. I can assume my earlier tick has not  not taken into consideration from the system . Is that a normal  behaviour?
 
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