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Just go to your "Statistics" tab and check "Find all posts"
That is faster...
I think what Lelex is wanting is a way to avoid searching through all of your posts to find one in a certain thread. For heavy posters there could be a lot of digging though posts to find one. I also think that when you are just browsing the forums it would be faster to click a green dot and go to your post or last post then searching
Originally Posted by Kayfookey
I think we should be able to bookmark posts we want to be able to come back to, then just check our list of bookmarked posts!
REP for you!
I just wanted to let you know that there is a way to bookmark posts you want to keep an eye on. In the first post on a thread near the top right of the post is a row of options where you can rate a thread and subscribe to a thread. When you subscribe to a thread you can then just click on your user CP (same place you clcik to edit your avvy/siggy) and click user CP home. It will then show you all of your subscribed threads
Originally Posted by 000000005
Actually, going to the TP and clicking on your post amount is faster
I think that when you are browsing it would be faster to just click a lil dot then do that
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