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When I open the main client window and the Alerts window is displayed, some alert headlines are in bold and others are not. Some headlines also appear as italicized text and some may even have a red background. What does all this mean?

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When I open the main client window and the Alerts window is displayed, some alert headlines are in bold and others are not. Some headlines also appear as italicized text and some may even have a red background. What does all this mean?

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All yet-to-be-viewed alerts display in bold text. All previously viewed alerts will display as un-bolded text, to help you quickly identify whether you’ve already read them or not. Headlines in italicized text headlines denote articles that have been reissued for whatever reason from their original broadcast. If an alert was reissued, previously read (un-bolded) headlines will re-bold and re-sort according to their newly published date and time. IMPORTANT: If a headline appears with a red background, this indicates it is a breaking alert.

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