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Hal D'Arpini  Identity Verified
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Nov 19, 2011

I was wondering if there is a way to configure my forums homepage to give me hierarchial view of all the forums. I can get to one (sort of) by clicking on "Forum Settings" and then the "Homepage Forums" tab, and I can also select a random post and use the "Jump to forum" drop-down list, but these methods are a bit cumbersome.

When I visit a forum, I like to browse my favorite forums one by one rather than see a chronological list of new forum entries. I think this is the first forum I've seen that doesn't offer a hierarchial view of the forums, nor does it offer a navigational trail at the top of each post, e.g., [Main Forum] > [Sub-Forum] > [post] > [reply to post], where I can easily backtrack to the main forum and then go somewhere else. Either of these would make my visits to the forums more efficient.

I'm a new member, so maybe there is a setting for this that I've missed. If so, I apologize.

Thanks,


 


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