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If you click the x questions with new activity button, then x number of posts get added, which is great, but, x number of posts at the bottom of the page don't get removed, so if you keep clicking the x questions with new activity button you'll end up with a massively long page (as I've just found out on SO).

For example,

The quality's poor, because I've had to zoom out as far as Chrome would let me, in order to fit it all in.

Screenshot

Don't you think it would be a good idea to remove these older posts?

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You can just refresh the page. They don't bother me otherwise, and I tend to get longer pages than that =P –  Jerry Oct 9 '13 at 16:52
    
@Jerry Yeah I know, still it would be nice if the older posts could get removed. I have as well, that was just an example (there's 52 posts in that shot, I think), I've seen around 200ish once. –  Sam Oct 9 '13 at 16:54
    
Presumably if you're clicking the button to show new questions, you've already finished with the ones on your screen, no? I don't really see how this is a problem. –  Laura Oct 10 '13 at 22:22
    
@Laura Not necessarily, I may want to click the button just see what's new. IMHO, It just seems like an unfinished system, new posts get added, but the old ones never get removed. –  Sam Oct 11 '13 at 9:59

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