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Topic # 68436 21-Sep-2010 22:11
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Hi There,

I am not sure if this has been answered else where, I did a quick search but couldn't see it.

I use m.geekzone.co.nz a reasonable amount and was wondering if it was on the card to have a "last page" link in the topic/thread name listed under each forum?
Having it on the topic would just mean not having to scroll to the bottom of a thread to either find it or skipping forward 5 pages at a time.

I understand that mobile is not ideal for long threads but its something I personally would find useful, not sure about others.

In-case its a mobile browser issue i use Opera Mini at the moment.

Other than that GZ Mobile is pretty solid.

Paul





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  Reply # 382914 21-Sep-2010 22:14
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Yep, this has been discussed before. Look at the forum page and for discussion with more than one page you will see an icon that will jump directly to the last page of that discussion.









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  Reply # 382918 21-Sep-2010 22:19
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Thanks for that, I feel suitably silly now.




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