With a fresh mind after my vacation I figured it out. This was due to an incompatible change in a MySQL function. Maybe there are other issues like that. If you find something, just let me know. Don't wonder that your "test" post does not appear, I deleted it after I fixed the problem.

Regards
Vampire

Robert Schwenn schrieb:

I think, order by
"Last reply" has been and should be again an order by "Last post" which considers every post to a topic, including the initial post. This way all recently active topics can be found on top of the list.

Robert



Vampire
wrote:
Ah, ok. Now I see what you mean. But I don't know if this wasn't like that always. :-/

Robert Schwenn schrieb:

I just created a new test topic in the "jEdit Community Feedback" forum. If You now go to that forum, You will see the same topic list like the last time You did. But my newly created topic You can't see before You navigate to the end of page 2 or re-order the list by "created".

Robert


Vampire wrote:
Sorry, but I don't understand what you mean.
If I go to http://community.jedit.org/?q=forum/1 I see the topics ordered by "Last reply", isn't that what you are requesting?

Robert Schwenn schrieb:
Hi,
the community web site is working again. Thanks!

However, forums are a bit irritating for me now. I'm pretty sure, that
my list of one forum's topics every time has had shown *all* recently
edited topics on top - no matter whether the topic was new created or
just replied. But now there are *either* new created topics on top *or*
such with recent replies.

Well, when I see the topics list with the option to sort for any column,
I almost can't imagine, how the "old" behavior could have worked. But I
could have sworn, that it has been so. Do I remember wrong? If not, it
would really nice to see it working again.

Robert



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