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foobar2000 subforums: Available number of pages
Robertina
post Nov 26 2013, 08:14
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For me available pages of foobar2000's subforums:Is this extremely low number of pages for the 3rd Party Plugins forum intended? Even the Uploads forum offers fifteen pages.
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Seren
post Nov 26 2013, 12:12
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QUOTE (Robertina @ Nov 26 2013, 15:14) *
For me available pages of foobar2000's subforums:Is this extremely low number of pages for the 3rd Party Plugins forum intended? Even the Uploads forum offers fifteen pages.

Zzz...
Not sure if you actually looked at the content but there are many posts on each thread for each different plugin. It isn't a place where people just create a thread to ask one question, the questions are asked in the plugin specific thread.

EDIT: Actually it's reporting that it contains 6026 topics, I still believe these are from deleted or merged topics.

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Alexander Ostuni
post Nov 26 2013, 15:35
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Go down to the bottom of the page and change "show X days" to "show all" and hit go at the right.
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Robertina
post Nov 26 2013, 21:18
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QUOTE (Alexander Ostuni @ Nov 26 2013, 04:35) *
Go down to the bottom of the page and change "show X days" to "show all" and hit go at the right.

That's it, thank you very much, Alexander.

Still wondering at why this 30 days default setting has been chosen for this single forum.
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