Alright, so next: Having played with this, there is something that I cannot figure out how to do here.
In other forum software, I can open a tab with the messages for one board, then another tab with the messages for a sub-board (such as one tab for “Codex”, and one tab for “Codex play-by-forum”, or one tab for “Redstone creations”, and one for “Command blocks”.), and then go through, opening a tab for each thread of interest. Then, I have the threads open, one per tab, and read them. I can take such a setup away from my network connection, and read at the doctor’s office.
But I run into a problem with that approach here.
www. minecraftforum. net/forums (sorry, I had to break this link – I can’t put more than 2 links into a post).
If I have a tab for Mapping and Modding, I can then have a tab for Maps, then Map Discussions; I can have Minecraft Mods, then Mod Discussions, Ideas for Mods, and WIP Mods. (Note that I am now three levels down – Mapping and Modding -> Mods -> WIP Mods. That forum is full of three-level deep subforums like that).
In comparison, a simple two-level thing, such as one tab for Codex, and then another tab for Codex Play by Forum – since I get to Codex by Codex -> NONE, and the play by forum by Codex -> Play by Forum (changing a dropdown). Not by selecting different links for the different sub-boards. I can bookmark http://www.fantasystrike.com/forums/index.php?forums/codex.60/ and go to the codex without play-by-forum. Or, could – that was the old forum. Codex - Sirlin Games goes to the new forum, which includes all sub-forums – and I have to select drop-downs to change which sub-forum I’m looking at.