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I just added a bunch of subforums at people's request.... and well, that sucked.

Now if you go to the main forum most of the screen is the sub forums.

Is there a way to get rid of this?

Option to hide them and have a Subforum menu block would be good.

Foster's plug in seems to only work to 4.3.

 

 

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I'd like to see the return of the option to display them or not on the forum index or perhaps even better some numerical input where you could specify the depth (for want of a better word) to show, such as 1 , 2 or 3 perhaps. By that I mean if you have subforums within subforums how "far down" to show. :)

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On 4/29/2019 at 2:56 AM, AndyF said:

I'd like to see the return of the option to display them or not on the forum index or perhaps even better some numerical input where you could specify the depth (for want of a better word) to show, such as 1 , 2 or 3 perhaps. By that I mean if you have subforums within subforums how "far down" to show. 🙂

The ability to leave them on one or the other.   Also if they were compact like the main forum index on the parent forum... it might be ok. 

The plug in above works great, but it's the large amount of space taking on the parent forum that is the issue.  Not so much the listing of them on the main index as it is pretty compact 

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34x had an option to just show or hide them , nothing more than that a simple yes/no binary choice.

Previous versions I think just had an option to remove it from the jumplist dropdown rather than a depth setting, but I obviously don't have access (and can't remember for sure that far back, it was years ago to be fair) the exact specific details.

Point here being some form of 'control' for this in IPS4 would be an excellent idea / feedback hence my reply. :)

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