It is fairly standard that when a thread is read or a post is made, the forum software keeps track of what post you last read and will return you to that post in that thread later if you come back to it and addition posts have been made. This makes it easy to continue where you left off last time and read any updates. I'm finding that, for threads I haven't visited in some time, that feature is broken. I have been unable to put a specific timeframe to it at this point, but threads I have read in the past, including some I have even posted in, take me to the first post in the thread when I click on the thread title. My expectation was to be taken to where I left off last time. This feature works fine for threads I've interacted with recently but does not work for older threads. How is this tracked? Is it via cookie or some other session variable that persists across sessions? And was there a change made recently that might break this functionality for older threads (perhaps during the beta period)? Thanks.