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Offline tanawat

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If there is no new post in a while (about 7day or 10day not sure). Post that show in Recent post topic will disappear.

Is there a way to keep it?



Thanks for reply.

Offline Illori

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what do you mean by recent post topic?

Offline tanawat

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yes disappear from Recent Topics.

Offline Illori

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i have never seen posts disappear from there, no matter how long ago they were made.

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Offline tanawat

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i have never seen posts disappear from there, no matter how long ago they were made.

Thanks for the knowledge.

Do you have any mods?  If so, what?

i will try to check it.

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Also what theme are you using? Like mentioned, normally that section will not care how old a post is - it is recent if no newer posts have been made, but some themes may not use the default code.
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