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"New" tag still appears in the "Bookmarked Discussions" sidebar

After using the plugin to mark all discussions as viewed, if I then bookmark a discussion, the "New" tag appears in the "Bookmarked Discussions" sidebar. Is this accidental?

I haven't confirmed whether or not this is a theme-based issue (not sure if all themes include the "new" tag in the sidebar) or whether it works for all types of user, but thought I should mention it.


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    A little more info - this doesn't occur with Announcements, and subsequently clicking "Mark All Viewed" removes the sidebar tag from the discussions bookmarked since the previous click. However, subsequent bookmarks display the same behaviour - i.e. they retain the "new" tag in the Bookmark sidebar if they haven't actually been viewed.
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    [I'm running a install, with a variation on the WCMTL theme]
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    (Please excuse the confusion with the User ID's above - this is all one person. I seem to have logged in with an old username in one of my browsers.)
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    [I'm running a install
    Does the same happen with on an upgraded / fresh install?

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    CrusoeCrusoe New
    edited February 2011
    Same behaviour on - I assumed the problem was with the plugin rather than the main installation version ( @Lincoln ). Checking again, I think I've mischaracterized the bug - whether or not an a discussion is an announcement or not doesn't seem to matter. It's just the first discussion you decide to bookmark/follow after clicking the "Mark All Viewed" doesn't show the "New Tag" - announcement or otherwise. Thereafter, the bug is visible.

    It's worth noting that this isn't a but that would be noticed in the usual run of things, since one would tend to bookmark a discussion only after reading it.
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