I did not even know I should be looking in the navbar for controls when in a specific forum. No other forum software does this. That's not neccessarily bad though.. It's just that it's a habit that hasn't been changed for so long so it's only natural people will be confused at first.
Well, since the link is supposed to be a "general" mark forum as read -link, there's really no other logical place for it to be than up there since that's the only place that is shared between all pages on the forum(forum-index, forum-page, thread-page). It's just that I wasn't expecting that. I guess we'll just have to get used to it. Now that I know it's up there, it's easy to find.
What worries me is that I couldn't find it from the beginning. We'll just have to wait and see how other users react
Brogan, when I reverted this I also did it to my visitor navigation tab template... This ruined a link I had... I had customized my Login Link into an overlay box, rather than using the standard login system...
For some reason when I revert back to my modified code, it doesn't function as it once was... What is the code needed to make this link not appear when the user is already logged in?