1. Standard member88mph
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    30 Jul '07 11:16
    for forum posts? why cant i find it? i keep losing track of my forum posts
  2. Standard memberDaemon Sin
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    30 Jul '07 11:30
    Originally posted by 88mph
    for forum posts? why cant i find it? i keep losing track of my forum posts
    Because it isn't there... 😲
  3. Standard member88mph
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    30 Jul '07 11:39
    Originally posted by Daemon Sin
    Because it isn't there... 😲
    and why not? thats a pretty standard forum feature!!
  4. Standard memberDaemon Sin
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    30 Jul '07 11:57
    Originally posted by 88mph
    and why not? thats a pretty standard forum feature!!
    That's because, these days, most forums are all built from the same PHP fourm template (ie: phpBB). Fortunately, this one isn't (well, I don't think it is!).

    But anyway, lets see what everyone else thinks and if the Admin's will consider it.

    Though, if you want a solution to it right now there's a feature within one of the user built GreaseMonkey scripts for Firefox that you could use to keep track of your thread posts.
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    30 Jul '07 16:161 edit
    Originally posted by 88mph
    and why not? thats a pretty standard forum feature!!
    I agree - I asked about this 18 months ago. Doesn't look like it's coming - unfortunately. 🙁
    Vbulletin forums always have the feature too - it would be a huge improvement, in my opinion.


    I always use firefox [and the stuff with it] but I would still prefer an email notification of replies.
  6. Standard member88mph
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    01 Aug '07 10:51
    Originally posted by Daemon Sin
    That's because, these days, most forums are all built from the same PHP fourm template (ie: phpBB). Fortunately, this one isn't (well, I don't think it is!).

    But anyway, lets see what everyone else thinks and if the Admin's will consider it.

    Though, if you want a solution to it right now there's a feature within one of the user built GreaseMonkey scripts for Firefox that you could use to keep track of your thread posts.
    email notifications would liven this forum up hugley

    and i use safari, and am quite happy with it (much faster than firefox imho) so dont want to change just to keep track of this forum
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