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trigger_tre
11-15-2007, 04:54 AM
How can I keep track of certain threads.

I have used other forums that I can go into my user profile to view my last posts and new comments to my own threads.

This way I can keep up with a thread that I am involved with without having to scroll through numerous threads to find it. I try to help others when I think I can. But its easy to forget where I have posted.

-trigger

saeed
11-15-2007, 05:08 AM
you will find 'search' option on the top of page.

search it by your user name tht will give u last post u did.


Saeed.

trigger_tre
11-15-2007, 05:13 AM
you will find 'search' option on the top of page.

search it by your user name tht will give u last post u did.

Actually it doesn't. Try it.

put trigger_tre in the quick search the first topic listed is from a month ago. Yes they are relatively new but I can post several dozen times a week and as stated in my previous post I would prefer not having to sift through month old threads for stuff I have posted this week.

This way I can keep up with a thread that I am involved with without having to scroll through numerous threads to find it

-trigger

_Aerospace_Eng_
11-15-2007, 05:28 AM
Use the search link at the top of the forum. You can find all posts you've made or all threads you've started by entering your name in the username box.

CFMaBiSmAd
11-15-2007, 05:44 AM
Take a look at your account user control panel, edit options, and set the Default Thread Subscription Mode to something other than "Do not subscribe." This will cause a blue-check-box to appear next to listings where you have any posts and it will add them to a subscribed threads list under your user control panel.

Short answer - Take the time to look at the available settings under your account.

saeed
11-15-2007, 05:53 AM
I can see results in both ... search link on the top of the page...
Its the forth link on the top of page.

quick search is also showing me results in which u post earlier.

trigger_tre
11-15-2007, 07:02 AM
Take a look at your account user control panel, edit options, and set the Default Thread Subscription Mode to something other than "Do not subscribe." This will cause a blue-check-box to appear next to listings where you have any posts and it will add them to a subscribed threads list under your user control panel.

This might be it.

I made the mistake of using the quick search earlier instead of the advance search.

-trigger

gnomeontherun
11-15-2007, 07:51 AM
You could also click your name in any of your posts to see some basic membership info, one of the links on the left side is 'See all posts by..." or "See all threads started by"

trigger_tre
11-15-2007, 05:12 PM
You could also click your name in any of your posts to see some basic membership info, one of the links on the left side is 'See all posts by..." or "See all threads started by"

Ah thats a good one. thanks,

-trigger



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