Something that has been bothering me for a time now, were these messages above someone’s topic that say, that their last post was a few months/or even a year ago and in the same topic there is one of their posts posted a couple of hours/minutes ago. Is there a reason for this, that I don’t now of?
That’s the point - it triggers when someone makes a new post after being absent for a while.
Or do you mean it doesn’t seem to be working as intended? Is there an example you can link to?
Hmm… that does look at least partially incorrect. I think there was a gap of a few months since the previous post, but it says it’s been a year.
Better summon Lord @raghukamath to cast his all-seeing eye over it…
Indeed something is amiss, I’ll take a look and check the discourse forum software support channel. Thanks for the ping.
Isn’t the “It’s been a while …” message supposed to refer to that single post directly under that message in relation to this post’s preceeding post?
Say, the member generated 5 “It’s been a while …” messages in the past years. Now a new comment appeared 2 minutes ago. Should this new comment cause the forum software to remove all 5 “It’s been a while …” messages?
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