We quickly get used to the Curezone Format, which is superior in every way to the Marks Daily Apple format. Trust me, you will grow to love it.
Each new thread subject starts in the leftmost column. As each new reply comes into the thread, the column shifts to the right. This makes it extremely easy to skip over threads we are not interested in, or to jump into the middle of a thread to see new comments made in the thread. Messages that we have read are one color, and messages we have not read are a different color.
I just LOVE their format - it saves a great deal of time and naturally organizes each subject in its own little thread.
At marks Daily Apple, every message is in sequence and we can't view the many different subjects inside the long thread.
It is a little tricky getting back to the "TOP" of the message threads. In most cases, just clicking the folder at the top left works:
Click on "Iodine Supplementation Support by VWT Team" near the top-left gets us to the beginning, or click the Go Back Button.
If anyone has any problems at the Curezone, ask your questions here and I will be happy to answer them. It is worth spending a little time to learn the Curezone to escape all the Trolls over here at MDA.
So, for example, all of the Trolls could have their own little thread to piss, moan & complain. The rest of us would just skip over that "Troll Thread" to find thread subjects that we are interested in. 4,000 entries in a thread? Not possible. Each message thread is compact and rarely fills a single screen. Just wonderful. No one enjoys reading a 4,000 message thread with multiple different subjects buried inside.
It is equally easy to re-energize an old thread (from a search) and bring it to the "Top" by just replying to it.