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The symbols next to the topic titles

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So in regards the the symbols next to the topics, I understand what the eighth note over a whole note means, but what does the eighth note on a staff mean?

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Does an eighth note over a whole note have a specific meaning?

If it does, I'd be happy for you to explain it for me.

On the Muse, located next to titles, I presume those note symbols function solely as graphic devices.

Like the bullets on bullet-points.

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I've never paid too much attention to them. A forum will change it's icon if it contains posts you haven't read, and I think the same is true of threads. I've never bothered much with the intricacies - maybe someone else can help?

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If I understand the question, click on the link I provided below and then after that click on the 4th line called "Topics and Forums". All of the symbols that are located next to a topic should be identified there with an explanation of what each one means. Scroll down once there.

http://www.musesongwriters.com/forums/index.php?app=core&module=help

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If I understand the question, click on the link I provided below and then after that click on the 4th line called "Topics and Forums". All of the symbols that are located next to a topic should be identified there with an explanation of what each one means. Scroll down once there.

http://www.musesongwriters.com/forums/index.php?app=core&module=help

Ah. Sense is made. Thank you :)

The symbol I was asking about is the symbol you get when you post in a topic

The eighth note over the whole note, if red, means it's a hot topic, and if faded, means there are no new posts.

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Just to note that, since the forum upgrade, this thread no longer applies.

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