Marking all as read.

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Mark introduction section as read. Discussed in other threads.


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Dan, I think there's a way to not include specific forums in the unread count on phpbb3

It's been a while since I've done anything with phpbb but I could take a look through my old code snippets if you'd like?
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I've got 2107 on mine. :D
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That's old version of PHPBB. Not this one.
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At the home page there is a "mark forums read" option just above the introduction folder/option, to the right.

I always go from the home page straight to the "unread" button which is just above the fb/twitter/youtube options in the main banner. from there is also a "mark all as read" option here just above the first topic, to the right.

I dont think either of these will do individual folders though.
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