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anyone else?

By accident I've clked on the red Alert threads when there are no new posts. I guess it's because I've gotten used to clk on threads with red by them. Anyone else pulled that one yet?

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(NT) Aye, and couldn't at first figure out why no new posts
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that was my puzzlement too

until I realized what I'd done after opening several of them. I caught myself about to open one with no new postsa and realized why previous messages I'd opened had nothing new in them. My first thought was something must have been deleted in the thread, which did or still does kick the red button on threads.

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