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Supporting Member of Barthmobile.com 3/11
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I just noticed that when I click'ed on the thread on the main page that I get directed to the menu of all the previous threads instead of, previously, getting linked to the single thread or entry that was the last posted. Is this a new change? I did upgrade the Apple IOS on the iPad last night.


1993 32' Regency Wide Body, 4 speed Allison Trans, Front Entry door, Diamond Plate aluminum roof &
1981 Euro 22' w Chevy 350 engine and TH 400 tranny
 
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Supporting Member of Barthmobile.com 1/18
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Looks like mine works with either my laptop or Ipad? At least I see no changes from what I normally see? Maybe I am not interpreting what the issue you are seeing is?


Dana & Lynn
1997 38ft Monarch front entry
Spartan Mountain Master Chassis
Cummins 8.3
Allison MD-3060 6 speed
22.5 11R
Cummins Factory Exhaust Brake
9608-M0022-38MI-4C
Christened Midnight

1972 22ft
Christened Camp Barth
 
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Supporting Member of Barthmobile.com 3/11
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Figured it out. If I click on the left side the entire thread opens. On the right just the thread in the subject line opens. Fat finger problem. Thanks for the correction.


1993 32' Regency Wide Body, 4 speed Allison Trans, Front Entry door, Diamond Plate aluminum roof &
1981 Euro 22' w Chevy 350 engine and TH 400 tranny
 
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