You only get 1 notification of new posts within a specific thread until you actually visit that thread again, IIRC. It's not going to spam your notifications with every new post in a busy thread.I'm pretty sure notifications are broken. I'll randomly get no more notifications from certain threads. I think this happens if I don't check them in a while, but otherwise it really does seem completely random. I haven't accidentally unwatched any of these threads.
Sorry, no options for that. Just FYI, SMF also would only notify you of one new post by default and indicate there may be more replies after that one. It does even tell you in the notification up there now "There may be more posts after this."Is there at least an option in xenforo to make that optional? It forces you to open every notification, which is more of a pain than being spammed with them in my opinion.
Sorry, but there is no individual option to disable that, only one for the forum as a whole.Is it possible to disable the "reply" option when you're highlighting text in someone's post? I'm dyslexic, and it's very hard for me to read unless I can highlight the text as I go, but that button makes that very hard to do.
Can't ignore this one : https://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php?categories/other.535/You can do that by "watching" the boards or threads you want, then setting the filter up in "new posts" to only show watched content (and saving that filter so that it works automatically every time you click on "new posts").
Or, you could "ignore" everything in the forums that is not what you want to see, and use "new posts" without any filters, same result.
"Other" is actually a category rather than a forum, so you can't ignore it directly and instead need to ignore the forums within it.Can't ignore this one : https://forums.taleworlds.com/index.php?categories/other.535/
(it works for the others "International Forums")
Thanks for the advice.You can do that by "watching" the boards or threads you want, then setting the filter up in "new posts" to only show watched content (and saving that filter so that it works automatically every time you click on "new posts").