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admin

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What if you've made a post at Geeks to Go, but are no longer able to find it?

1) Don't create a new post. That's a duplicate post, and requires more work from us as we have to view another topic, and close it.

2) Click this link: http://www.geekstogo...&area=topicsubs
It will list your topic(s) in chronological order.

Still can't find your topic? Send a PM to an admin or moderator for assistance.
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Not to be making a point... but I can't find it. Is this tutorial outdated?
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I believe that is only there for people who are only members of the forum. Since you're in GeekU, that may not be there - I don't have it either, but I recently had someone who was a member show me a screenshot with that on it.
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Okay. Nice explanation, and that makes more sense. Thanks :) :)
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I believe that is only there for people who are only members of the forum. Since you're in GeekU, that may not be there - I don't have it either, but I recently had someone who was a member show me a screenshot with that on it.

Sounds fair, but it may be usefull for everyone to have it, save us going the long way round.
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I believe that is only there for people who are only members of the forum. Since you're in GeekU, that may not be there - I don't have it either, but I recently had someone who was a member show me a screenshot with that on it.

Sounds fair, but it may be usefull for everyone to have it, save us going the long way round.



Click on My Controls,
Then on the left hand side of the screen under Subscriptions
Click on View Topics
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Or if you didn't subscribe to the topic:

Go to the top of the page
Click on your name beside the Logged in as: label
On the left hand side under Options click on Options
Click on Find Member's Posts or Find Member's Topics, depending on what you're looking for.
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Sounds fair, but it may be usefull for everyone to have it, save us going the long way round.

Bookmark this link.
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Sounds fair, but it may be usefull for everyone to have it, save us going the long way round.

Bookmark this link.

Bookmarked - thanks for the link :)

Brian
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Hi everyone , just thinking to myself while reading this thread that aren't a lot of these features such as , "your last post" , or "replies to your posts" controlled by cookies ?

I generally delete cookies when closing my browser , but for certain sites I hang on to them so I can use such features . Am I of track with this line of thought ?
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Your last post, and replies to your post are stored in the server database, not in a cookie. This allows the same access from multiple systems.

Hope this helps.
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Thanks for your explanation admin , time to go brush up on what a cookie actually does , in their many forms :)
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Thanks for your explanation admin , time to go brush up on what a cookie actually does , in their many forms :)

*troy loves cookies... :)
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admin:

What if you've made a post at Geeks to Go, but are no longer able to find it?

Click the My Topics link in the upper right-hand corner of the screen:


sari :

I believe that is only there for people who are only members of the forum. Since you're in GeekU, that may not be there - I don't have it either, but I recently had someone who was a member show me a screenshot with that on it.

Sorry guy's , just too funny :)
Them the kind of cookies I use to find my last posts :) thanks Troy !
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Thanks for your explanation admin , time to go brush up on what a cookie actually does , in their many forms :)

*troy loves cookies... :)


Can I have a Byte of that cookie?

:)

OMG, that is just too corny... :)
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