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Topic # 9570 27-Sep-2006 23:58
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Hey Freitasm.. any chance of when opening a post, that the page numbers are placed in the top bar like they are in the bottom?

I know they are down the bottom to enourage reading, but in the name of speedy perusing, especiallt from temporary locations, it might help?

Only a small query really as it may be completely time consuming for such a little thing.

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  Reply # 47008 28-Sep-2006 08:36
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I like it, but then one can just add

"&page_no=<NUMBER eg 1>" to then end of a forum URL like

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=4&topicid=9570


thus becoming http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=4&topicid=9570&page_no=1

Works the same and isn't the most convenient thing ever but you may get geek points for it!



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  Reply # 47022 28-Sep-2006 10:08
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Heh, you can also click the little 2 in the forum link when its first displayed, but sometimes I want to jump straight to the last reply once I'm in the post yenno :)

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  Reply # 47026 28-Sep-2006 11:12
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I'd agree with the general idea of putting page links at the top of the page.

Sometimes scrolling down on a mobile device just to switch pages is a drag....




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  Reply # 47040 28-Sep-2006 11:56
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Maybe add it after the subscription features are finished. Its not really a major problem/annoyance.



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  Reply # 47044 28-Sep-2006 12:29
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No its not, I agree :)

Hence being a tad cheeky and suggesting it because its not a major issue but an interesting little observation that I'm glad I'm not the only one that might find it useful :)

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  Reply # 47066 28-Sep-2006 15:03
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Yes a good idea

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