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FlashTang says

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Is there a way to let the Author Dashboard Coments page lock on the “All Comments” , after I refresh the page , it goes to “unread comments”

It would be better if save the user slection on the cookies :grin:

Thanks

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Minkki says

Yeaah, please set All Comments the way it was before – as default! I want to see the latest comments in my dashboard, not 2-3 months old comments, which are all read and answered, so why on earth they appear as unread?? This is so irritating!!

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elseano Envato team says

Thanks for the feedback!

@Minkki – Does the “Mark all as read” button appear for you? When you click on it, it should mark all comments as read, and the author dashboard will then default to showing “All Comments”.

@FlashTang – Thanks for the cookies idea! Right now the best way to get what you want is to bookmark this url: http://themeforest.net/author_dashboard?filter=all. That will lock the dropdown to “All Comments”.

Hope that helps :)

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FlashTang says

Cool , thanks elseano :)

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