At the same time, you have to be more specific about getting that “Russian content”
Why I am asking? Well…:
1st, I am with Comodo from “day one”;
I’m using English board as a main board to participate;
My native language is Russian & I do know Ukrainian perfectly (fluent speaker as in Russian – no issues), therefore I deliberately visiting those “foreign languages” forums as well occasionally;
When using “Search” you would very rarely hit , say Russian section, despite it is possible, since many users from Russia can speak better English than … ,
… but again it is almost impossible to get such content using English keywords;
then … indeed I’ve seen few posts in plain Russian within English section … - that is extremely(!) rare and usually mods and users are advising to visit Russian section posting the reference;
As an example, lately it was an “interesting” post from one Ukrainian/Russian user here in English forum … believe me, that guy has no idea about anything +plus+ he cannot speak neither Ukrainian no Russian. The latter is just a simple disgrace. I observed his posts there – woW!!! I have no intention to point fingers and create any tensions re: the matter, but trust me
After all said above … again… please enlighten us how you’ve managed to find posts in Russian within the English section
a side note: (or could be considered !ot! in OffTopic )
There is a big issue though with this forum Software. I raised the question probably a year or more ago.
Problem: you cannot set watch/un-watch topic, which is common, rather a standard in any other forums. Many users agreed that time with me.
So, if you posted once and then lost an interest in specific thread/topic – you are basically doomed, since using “Show new replies to your posts” will haunt you forever unless you go through those threads and remove your post(s)
That’s extremely bad & completely unacceptable design flaw of this forum Software
There is no way (in Hell) as far as I know you can get those … using “Show new replies to your posts” as pointed above.
Definitely - that’s the one you wanna hit compare to “…since last visit…” hehe! Oh boy!
The latter is just an “insane” option. Thanks for clarifying the matter. Now we know what you meant