yogiholzer said:What's about this?
I just browsed through these forums and found a few threads I would have replied if I ever got notice of reply of someone else. But there wasn't any notification. Now I don't want to reply anymore.
How about? Is it a wanted feature or an error here or in forum? I mostly only look at new posts and don't remember where I wrote anything.
tiltjlp said:Yogi, Jon posted this in the Admin forum, so I'll repost it here for you. Hope it helps.
I seem to discover that I only get e-mail notification on the first reply on a ( first ) post I do. None of following. Is that right ? Just wondering. So I miss some answers sometimes ?
This is normal if i understand his question properly, the cookie for topic reply notification is reset when a user logs in, if he reads a reply without logging in he won't be notified of new replys.
So it seems you have to log in every time you visit here or that feature doesn't work.
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yogiholzer said:Aaaaahhhh. I just got an first email notification (other thread) again. Does it work again now?
Then there must have been one or more "bad" cookies from PN. I didn't know that could happen.
I will observe and hope all is ok from now on.
Thanks for your efforts so far, Jon.
yogiholzer said:Either I can't express what I mean, or nobody wants to understand for some reasons.
In case (I don't believe) anyone really doesn't understand, "it" means e-mail notification.
Please keep patient with me in talking in english. :D
However, I hate forums in my own language, where you can't post one single time without any response like: "Learn german before you post here." from people who don't manage german at all and probably wouldn't get certificate in tree nursery.