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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-21-2018, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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I had been reading the responses to my thread and had replied to one of them. Then whe I tried to find the post on "New Posts" it did not show up. Maybe I have forgotten how to navigate the forum since I have been gone so long. lUmmmm

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-21-2018, 10:30 AM
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I see you found it...

Yep, things change.

Once you post to a thread in the "new posts" section, it then goes down into the recent discussions box. Lower right side of your screen.

As long as you continue to post in a thread (without going to another thread) you'll remain in that thread. But once you leave it, you have to
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I see you found it...

Yep, things change.

Once you post to a thread in the "new posts" section, it then goes down into the recent discussions box. Lower right side of your screen.

As long as you continue to post in a thread (without going to another thread) you'll remain in that thread. But once you leave it, you have to
go to the recent discussion area....

Duh, I guess that it wil take a bit of time for me to re learn how to navigge on the forum.

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I just go to 'New Posts' and hit 'Last Day' to get to the most recent. Works well for me...

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You can find old posts or threads by clicking on your own user name and going to your profile where there is a menu bar with the word Statistics on it. When you click on it you get a choice of bringing up previous posts or previous threads. Threads are always easier to find because there are way fewer of those as a rule than there are posts.
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