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Old 03-28-2016, 09:36 AM   #1
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Bold Heading ?

Why don't my post header never show up as bold as most of the others

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When you read a thread the BOLD goes away. So when you post a new thread and than click out of it, it will not be bold. This thread was bold before I read it....
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You would think that some one who has been lurking around here for over 6 years would notice that. I guess my half timers and my age are working against me

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Since BOLD lettering in a thread title means unread, a thread you start can not be "unread" by you as you created it. It's unrelated to "clicking out of it".

It will remain un-BOLD until someone replies to it - then it becomes BOLD because there will be a reply/replies you have yet to read.

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