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This thread has generated several good suggestions for making it easier to find new replies to old nodes including changes to newest nodes and writing your own client.

I thought you'd like to know that my newest nodes client xNN has this capability. In threaded mode, only nodes whose parent is a new node are threaded in nested lists, replies to older nodes are listed in a seperate table after the threads. Since each reply in the 'replies to older nodes' table also has a link to its parent node represented by node id, it's easy to tell how old each reply's parent is.

Here's some sample output from today:

Replies to older nodes
60239 Re: Browser Timeout Rhandom 15:24:28 06/13
87423 Re: (Kidding) XP-whoring HOW-TO John M. Dlugosz 15:13:23 06/13
2589 Answer: how do I make my perl script readable by a browser with windows 98? QandAEditors 14:42:16 06/13
2589 Answer: how do I make my perl script readable by a browser with windows 98? QandAEditors 14:03:01 06/13
63085 Re: ALL YOUR BASES ARE BELONG TO ::gets shot:: scottstef 13:32:38 06/13
31962 Re: RE: Date::Calc Graham 11:58:39 06/13
31944 Re: Date::Calc ishmael 08:25:30 06/13
85781 Re: Problems with 500 server errors Anonymous Monk 03:30:16 06/13

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In reply to Re: Parlour? (finding new replies to old nodes) by epoptai
in thread Parlour? by Tiefling

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