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  1. G'day Pat et al,

    I know that you have a lot on your plate and are no doubt trying your best to get things fixed up so I hesitate to add to your burden, but ....

    Please oh please can we have the ability to ignore an entire forum in Latest Posts view. I come here to discuss issues directly relating to shares/investing etc. Currently, it seems that more that 50% of posts are not share related and are in fact just people with fixed, unchanging views yelling at each other. The problem is more annoying at the moment because of the limited timespan that the Latest Posts view can display (no paging).

    This one, relatively simple, change coupled with an absolute enforcement of posting in correct forums would make a huge difference to the usefullness of HC (for me, anyway).

    Thanks in advance.



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