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    Super Member Xfaxman's Avatar
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    Default TODAY'S POSTS vs NEW POSTS what is the difference?

    Please tell me why there are two things that appear to do the same thing.

    Thanks in advance

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    Super Member RickB's Avatar
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    Default Re: TODAY'S POSTS vs NEW POSTS what is the difference?

    Today's Posts goes back 24 hrs.
    New Posts goes back to the time of your last login.
    This is not Toys R Us where you can throw a tantrum in the aisle to get what you want.

    We live in a democracy, and there was an election.

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    Default Re: TODAY'S POSTS vs NEW POSTS what is the difference?

    New Posts is all unread posts going back ~10 days, Today's Posts is the last 24 hours.

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