I've seen this breifly discussed somewhere before around here, but I think it got glossed over compared to the other content in the thread. But I was wondering if there is any sort of built in function or hack to vB that can implemented that will inform a user upon clicking reply (probably wouldn't work with quick reply, but might if they quote..) if the last post is more than a year old? I'll admit it is a bit amusing sometimes to see someone bump a thread up and then watch people get into an argument/discussion about something that hasn't been talked about in 3 years, but after the amusement wears off I don't like seeing it. Just today I saw a 1 year and 2 month old thread get resurrected and 3 replies have happened and nobody has realized that the original poster likely doesn't care anymore. I know sometimes having new input to a thread with a problem in it can help people in the future, but in reality I don't think that happens very often. A potential 'problem' with this is the quick reply, that happens without loading anything new, so if you don't inform that the thread is x years old until after they've typed a reply it likely won't make a difference because they'll just submit anyway. So it would need to be done in such a way that they are given some indication it is an old thread before they spend 5 minutes typing a reply. Thoughts?