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|Processor||Ryzen 5900x / i5-4460|
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|Memory||16GB DDR4 3200 / 8GB DDR3 1600|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA XC3 Ultra RTX 3080Ti / EVGA RTX 3060 XC|
|Storage||500GB Samsung Pro 970, 250 GB SSD, 1TB & 500GB Western Digital / 2x 4TB & 1x 8TB WD Red|
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|Power Supply||850W SeaSonic X Series / 750W SeaSonic X Series|
|Keyboard||Black Microsoft Natural Elite Keyboard|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro 64 / Windows 10 Home 64|
Have anyone noticed you do not get notifications for threads you replied. I remember some complained about it, but was it fixed?
I often miss the photography thread what I really like, I see it in the activity, but have no notifications for anyone posting it it.
From what I've been able to gather: If you are signed up for notifications for a topic and as long as you always view (actually click on that notification to take you to the topic postings) the notifications that comes up for that topic, you will continue to receive new notifications for that topic.
However, if you see you get a notification for a topic, but you don't view it then you will no longer receive notifications until you do one of the following (in my experience):
1) find the topic and get through all new posts
2) unsub from the topic and resub for notifications.
An example is I have notifications setup for the topic of new hardware purchases (I forget the exact name of it).
I view all the new posts on the topic and then go about my day. When I come back to TPU and if someone has posted in that topic, I will get a notification alert. If I simply just view my notifications, but I don't actually click on the alert to take me to the topic so I can view all new posts, the next time someone posts in there I won't see a new notification until I do one of the two above steps.
I don't know if this is an issue that's fixable or not, I just know why it happens on my end and how to remedy it for myself.