Quick Way to Read Threads with Zero Replies?

Is there a Quick Way to Read Threads with Zero Replies in the openSUSE forum? Please forgive me if I have missed something here. I would think it should be an entry under “Quick Links”, but I don’t see it. Any help would be appreciated …

Thank You,

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palladium

“palladium” thanks again for your quick response. Normally when I search I am thinking about subject key words, not a forum attribute like zero replies. I shall give it a try. I do think such a function might be a nice addition to the Quick Links option in the openSUSE forum.

Thank You,

jdmcdaniel3 wrote:
> “palladium” thanks again for your quick response. Normally when I
> search I am thinking about subject key words, not a forum attribute like
> zero replies.

maybe i can’t read!
you asked for: Quick Way to Read Threads with Zero Replies

and i gave you exactly that–and, now you say “Normally when I search
I am thinking about subject key words, not a forum attribute like zero
replies.”–did i miss something???

if you want to find all the threads with the key word gnome AND zero
replies you can do that too…

> I shall give it a try. I do think such a function might
> be a nice addition to the Quick Links option in the openSUSE forum.

i don’t think we need to add a function which is already quickly
available…anyway, it would probably require custom programming which
would have to be redone each time forum software needed to be upgraded…


palladium

“palladium” your suggestions works just fine, no problem here. As for an addition to the forum, I am sure it would take added programming, whomever might do that here. It is an option in other forums such as linuxquestions.org. When I would use this option I would only be looking for zero replies because I have no idea what the subject might be on new questions made in the forum, though it might help me stick with the basics such as computer does not work when the power cord is not plugged in.:slight_smile:

Thank You,