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I would be very interested in getting more details about the problem you are having with the Newest Nodes client, so that I (or Shendal, but most likely the problem is in my end) can fix it. I have tried to make the module resistent against some of the server "misbehaviors" that I have encountered, but I'm sure I haven't encountered all of them.

Once you get the Newest Nodes client working, it should serve your original purpose, because it marks read nodes in a different color. And the latest version even keeps persistent state, so you can exit the client, come back later and still know which nodes you have read.


In reply to Re: Newest Notes by Old Thread vs. New Thread by ZZamboni
in thread Newest Notes by Old Thread vs. New Thread by tye

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