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    The old version used to do that too.
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    My point still remains

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    If you do a search and then change your mind, pressing the back button, you can't get back to the search page.

    And another thing, if you've already posted in a thread and you post again, the post count on the previous post doesn't change, so you can have two posts each saying you have a different post count.
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    That's a side-effect of the Ajax posting. Reload the page and the page counts will be correct, and no one but you will ever see the incorrect state. Really not worth worrying about, is it?
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    No, I guess not. Unless you happen to see the reduced count and think "Oh no, now which of my posts got deleted" . . . .
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