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Getting back to "View New Posts"????

Discussion in 'Announcements & Support' started by Bob1950, May 2, 2006.

  1. Bob1950

    Bob1950

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    What is the easiest (fastest) way of getting back to the "View New Posts" section after either reading a new post or replying to a new post? I've been clicking on the "Back" button of Internet Explorer and everything must recyle. Is there a button I'm missing that will quickly take you back to the "GT New Posts" where you left off?
     
  2. c-mama

    c-mama Moderator Moderator

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    Tangled in my yarn...
    The only way to view new posts (besides clicking your back button) is on the main page.
     


  3. Bob1950

    Bob1950

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    Thank you. Maybe this is a button Eric could add. It would probably make life easier for alot of folks.

    By the way, CONGRATULATIONS on you CHL. I had a feeling you were in FLA when I saw $117. Did your license come in a "sealed" envelope? Alot of Florida's stuff (i.e. packets and licenses) come in a rather poorly, almost opened envelope through the USPS. Just wondering as I've had some experience with that scenario and I am now waiting for my CHL from FLA.
     
  4. binderd22

    binderd22 Ain't Skeerd

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    I use the Forum Jump button at the bottom. You can even change topic catagories.
     
  5. MrsKitty

    MrsKitty

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    >^..^<
    Depending on your browser, you may have an option to back up multiple pages at a time. No idea what IE offers now, but Firefox allows you to select from the last ten pages with one click. Also, Firefox is faster than IE :)