|01-21-2007 02:57 PM|
|saabsbreakdown||I think this happens if you close all the open windows also. This bothers me too, I always feel like I might be missing something good because I can't tell what I've read and what I haven't.|
|01-21-2007 02:07 PM|
|adidas_007||I'll do that as well, but I can hit my back page button and it will return to the home page and I'll still be logged in.|
|01-21-2007 09:48 AM|
|Azrael||Probably a good idea. You could train yourself to hit the new posts link on the top navigation bar, as well.|
|01-21-2007 09:45 AM|
|Palmer||I think that's a good idea. I look at work from time to time (really!!), and the computers there use those stupid touch pads. I always log out by accident.|
|01-21-2007 09:43 AM|
I often find that the best way to comb through posts is to the click on the "New Posts" on the right each time I visit the site. This way I can sort through everything that interests me. I assume a lot of people use this feature.
Much of the time I move around pretty quickly on the desktop. Doing this sometimes creates errors. For example, often when I go for "New Posts" I accidently hit log out.
When I do this, I lose all of the posts since my last visit and it's hard to determine what I've read and what I haven't. I was thinking maybe there could be a confirmation for this - when one clicks log out, maybe a "Are you sure you want to log out?"
Just an idea.