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Author Topic: Paging bug in "Completed games"?  (Read 100 times)

Paging bug in "Completed games"?
« on: 23 May 2021, 03:09 »
Is there a bug in the paging function for the thread overviews?

Consider the board "Completed games anouncements".

The last entry of page 1 is  "GRANDMA, episode 1 'confinement 2021'". This thread was touched last on 8 May.
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The first entry of page 2 is "Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness"; this thread was touched last on 5 May, 10:38 Berlin time.
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However, there's also the Thread "Huggles goes on a trip", touched last on 5 May, 18:42 Berlin time. As far as I can see, this thread is completely missing from the overview although it should be on the board (https://www.adventuregamestudio.co.uk/forums/index.php?topic=59000.msg636634550#msg636634550). Shouldn't this thread be listed first thing on page 2?
« Last Edit: 23 May 2021, 03:19 by fernewelten »

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Re: Paging bug in "Completed games"?
« Reply #1 on: 23 May 2021, 07:30 »
Yeah, I also noticed the same thing with the AGS Awards 2020 thread the other day (it's now visible on page 2 of Adventure Related, after a couple of new threads have been made; presumably some other thread is missing in the fold). I also remember that we've had this bug before, though I cannot now find the discussion about it. I don't remember if it was supposedly fixed back then or if it turned out to be some SMF bug that was too deep in the code to address.

(To test: note the last couple of threads on the first page of one of the boards and the the first couple of threads on the second page; create a new thread; recheck the threads around the page break. One thread should have disappeared and another one reappeared.)
« Last Edit: 23 May 2021, 07:34 by Snarky »