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It seems that the last-modified time at the "recently updated" page is not calculated in real time. There is "today" on topics, where the last post was definitvely yesterday. regards Roland
It displays "today" when the update was within the last 24 hours. That's the only way to do it, because in order to get it right I would have to know the time zone of the user.
good - nicht schlecht!
"xx minutes/hours ago" would be better...