Where's it Gone?

Discussion in 'Finding Your Way & Rules' started by Amle, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Amle

    Amle Well-Known Member

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    Just a polite question? I was trying to look back at my 'contents'. but the list stops at some point and I know there are earlier threads. I have tried using the search box but I am never quite sure what to put in, it might be a different spelling or more likely we might have wondered off track and not sure what it was
    Is there any way of seeing the old posts. I love reading through them.C|:-)
     
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    Daft Bat Administrator. Chief cook & bottle washer! Staff Member

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    Go to your content, click on the furthest page back and then scroll to the bottom. It will say 'Find older messages'. Click on that and it will go back a further month. Keep repeating that and you will get to older and older posts.

    Alternatively, click on the search box, pop in a key word such as a surname that you have been researching, then enter your user name. Leave the 'newer than' box blank and click on the search button. :)
     
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    Amle Well-Known Member

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    Wow that works and my first post was 1st June 2013 Thank you Jan
     
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    Ma-dotcom A Bonza Little Digger!

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    Perhaps then bookmark those you may want to see again?
     
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    Thank you. Well I have learnt something Wendy, that's a useful tip. I'm never too old to learn:confused:
     
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