Suggested Topics on mobile getting restricted to current category


  • mod

    So I'm browsing on my Android and I get to the bottom of a bug topic:

    Hmm, I could have sworn I had more new topics to read. Let's check the front page:

    Oh, look, 20 more topics!

    And some even have replies!

    Duckwhores!


  • Banned

    @abarker said:

    Hmm, I could have sworn I had more new topics to read. Let's check the front page:

    this looks real odd, when you scroll all the way to the bottom does is show the count of new topics?


  • mod

    Nope.


  • mod

    Or did you mean the bottom of suggested topics?

    That's really weird because it was taken at the bottom of this topic.


  • sockdevs

    On a WinPhone here; the topics at the bottom show as expected



  • @abarker said:

    Hmm, I could have sworn I had more new topics to read.

    Any of them in Bugs? Because both on mobile and desktop for me, the category topics take precedence. And it seems it doesn't take the "new" status into account.


  • mod

    From this thread on my tablet:

    Having read the bug topics I hadn't read:



  • I think there is generally something wrong with the suggested topics list and the mentioned numbers ... not only on mobile
    Win7 Chrome - two topics as 'new' but only one counts, or on is counted as unread ?


  • sockdevs

    The counts live-update, but the table doesn't; that might be the source of your confusion ;)



  • Yeah, they stopped ganking lines and whatnot (quite a while ago), but also stopped updating the bubbles, too. A bit of an overcorrection.



  • @RaceProUK said:

    The counts live-update, but the table doesn't;

    Doubt it, since the count is lower then the table and I only had this one tab open and this was not a new topic. It's not like the tab sat here for half an hour.

    @RaceProUK said:

    the source of your confusion

    That is lack of coffee for sure ... easily fixed ... give me a minute.


  • mod

    Nope, no new bug categories.



  • Quick, nobody create any new topics ever again.


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