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Posted by tcskitten 5b (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 11, 11 at 11:21

I am trying to relocate a post from "sweetpecali", regarding uploading her un-named clematis. How did I find her posting in the first place??? All I know is, i was perusing the clematis site and came upon her photo bucket pics .... I KNOW the posting has to be here someplace ...LOL

Faye in Nova Scotia

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RE: how to find member's posts

You probably misspelled her user name - the search result is this post only.

To find all thread posted by some user, simply enter that user name into 'Search' text box (at the bottom of each forum page). Then, choose 'This forum' radio button and click 'Search' button.

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RE: how to find member's posts

  • Posted by bob414 USDA 9 Sunset 15 (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 11, 11 at 12:05

I don't know if it helps but if you right click on one of the images in this post you will see that they are located in sweetpeacali's photobucket album.

RE: how to find member's posts

member name was misspelled.

RE: how to find member's posts

Bob is right, you seem to talk about violetta1976. She has 'sweetpeacali' user name on Photobucket.
Here are her posts on Clematis forum.

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