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Postby hpharley90 » Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:01 pm

I notice now when I click "view your post" were taken to what to me is just a bunch of random posts.

I liked it better before when you had a list of threads that you had contributed a post to. To me it's much easier to find a past thread that you contributed to.
By having a list of complete threads like before you can find what it is your looking for by subject line, knowing that you did contribute to that thread you can find your post.
I hope I'm not sounding too confusing. :-8 :-8

I used that link often and now I find it useless. Especially when you want to go back days if not weeks looking for that thread or post.
Maybe I'm missing something. Please explain. #-o
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Re: view your posts

Postby Chuck Engels » Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:16 pm

Richard, When I use the View Your Posts link I only see my posts.
Try pressing the F5 button to refresh the view or clear your cache, that might make a difference.
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Re: view your posts

Postby Bob » Fri Dec 04, 2009 8:24 pm

Richard,

Try refreshing your browser cache as Chuck suggested. You should get a list of just your posts with the subject line giving the thread title as before. You can still find what you are looking for by scanning the subject line. But, you don't have to search through the thread looking for your specific posts.

The default order is by post time, but you can change the sort order if desired -- for example, you can sort in thread subject order. You can also use the search these results field to find a specific post.
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Re: view your posts

Postby hpharley90 » Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:45 am

Both you guys thanks.
All's well. :-D ::CLAP:
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