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I read these forums mainly at my 7-? job. When I get home I would like to be able to keep up also. However I noticed when I click on "reset last read pointers" that I am now "out of synch" when I get on my home PC (all messages are still listed as not read). I assume that you are using a cookie to perform the reset. If so is this something that I can throw on a diskette and take home and put on that PC so I always "stay in synch" and not guessing what I have/have not read?
I'm getting ready to do some system changes GWJ. There will be some core changes (flatfiles to PostgreSQL).
While I am doing that, I will switch from cookie based storage of the last read pointers to disk based within your account.
I have three weeks in mind for the time frame. Switching to the SQL setup requires some serious testing and fore thought. I've been working on it part time for a month.
Brett suggested resetting cookies to me the first time I had problems, but I'm now doing it routinely every time I can get through all the different forums I want to read in one session (not an easy task). So, I'm looking forward to the new system too.
Are there parts of the WebmasterWorld cookie I could cut and paste between machines so that I could synch my red dots?