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    Sometimes, my chance to read the forum is while I am at work. Usually when doing that, I will get drawn away the forum for 20 or 30 mins. When I do get back, all the threads have been marked as read. Is there an option to turn that off? I always mark everything as read when I am done reading, so I'd rather control when they are marked as read myself.
    This space for rent...

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    mmmmm, its a cookie setting, I will look into that

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      Cool! Thanks Dez!
      This space for rent...

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