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#1
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Hello,
Recently i notice that when you click on a post from last posts on index page
it redirecting you the first page on the thread even if it's have more then one page,
i'd like to know how can you redirect to the post itself.
For example:

Last posts
Hello im new
By John
1 Hour ago


when you click on "Hello im new" it will redirect you to John post which is the last.


I notice that in this forum{community.mybb.com} it's already working that way.
Thanks, Afik.
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#2
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A URL would be handy here Smile
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#3
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you need to appen ?action=lastpost to the url of the thread.
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#4
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(2016-12-28, 11:52 AM)Matt Wrote: A URL would be handy here Smile

Hay Matt,
Here is a url : http://mucommunity.co.il/
I'm sorry that it isn't in english.

(2016-12-28, 01:08 PM)chack1172 Wrote: you need to appen ?action=lastpost to the url of the thread.

Hay Chack,
I didn't understand what you wrote.
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#5
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Seems to be working for me? I went to the last post in the 'Jobs' forum, and it took me here: http://mucommunity.co.il/showthread.php?...01#pid2901
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(2016-12-28, 04:03 PM)Matt Wrote: Seems to be working for me? I went to the last post in the 'Jobs' forum, and it took me here: http://mucommunity.co.il/showthread.php?...01#pid2901

Hay,
Did you go through there? {See Arrachment}


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#7
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No, I used the standard links - this will be an issue with whatever sidebar plugin you're using then.
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Moved to Plugin Support.
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#9
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I tought it's built in,
If it isn't then it's ok,
I just tought that it's an issue if it's how it supposed to be then it's fine.
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