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How to find my Posts?

Posted by redshift Z6 MI (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 17, 11 at 10:30

Greetings All,
Wrong forum for this but I have searched on how to find my old posts and I can't find anything.
Ask the doctor is closed for posts.

Thank you


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RE: How to find my Posts?

There is a "search" block in the banner use to search by subject...
or the old method "seak & you shall find"......


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RE: How to find my Posts?

Googling for ~ redshift site:gardenweb.com ~ I get 83 ghits.

If you can be more specific we could probably cut that number down somewhat.

I only find 3 with gardenweb's search.


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RE: How to find my Posts?

I do find it funny that as long as gw has been around, this feature hasn't been developed along with a favorites page of some kind and editing features.
You can save all your posts to your clippings--an option in small text in the upper right hand side of posts-and then you can access them through your member page. Kind of cumbersome imo.


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