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sevenspark Moderator says

Hey guys,

The ability to switch through forum thread pages using the keyboard arrow keys is cool :) But I think it’d be great if it were disabled when the reply textarea is in focus – otherwise you can’t move your cursor left or right without moving forward and back on a multi-page thread, which is kind of annoying.

Not a huge deal, but something that could be honed :) Thanks!

Chris

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SamBerson says

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bensmithett Envato team says

Hey guys,

I can’t reproduce this problem by going to a multi-page thread, hitting Post a Reply and using the keyboard arrows inside the text box. Using a specific browser/OS?

Cheers :) Ben

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sevenspark Moderator says

Hey Ben,

Strange, I can’t seem to recreate it now. Originally it was occurring in Chrome for sure. I guess it’s been resolved?

Chris

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