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Topic: tracking a topic ???

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    tracking a topic ???

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    maybe i am real stupid, but is it possible to track a topic in this forum. i really hate to post to several threads which are maybe important and after posting to 10 threads over 3 months i slightly loose my control [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

    please help me or is it not possible at all [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img]

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    Re: tracking a topic ???

    I\'m not sure what you mean. If you just respond to, or click on the responses to, each message, you can track a topic.

    Often, over time, people may bring up similar topics in separate threads. All you can do to find all the posts on a general subject (say, pianos) is do a search.

    Having said that, I do wish the archives were easier to search. Sometimes I can\'t find posts that I know I\'ve read or made here.

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    Re: tracking a topic ???

    Waywyn, you didn\'t respond yet, so I\'ll add to that you can bookmark interesting topics, put them in a seperate bookmark folder (hmm [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] )

    Use the search function. Search terms that you remember that arised in a thread, member numbers (with or without text), be sure to go through all the seperate forums (like off-topic, kontakt, eastwest, sample libraries). Unfortunately there is no global search function given, as I still do not understand a reason for that. Another way is also to click on the \"Posts: ##\" on the bottom left of each post of a member, that gives you a list of the 50 last posts - should be useful. Or simply search for member number only for the complete list in each forum section.

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    Re: tracking a topic ???

    sorry, thats one one the problem of not following the threads when you answered to more posts [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    with tracking i mean to follow a thread where i answered.
    i know it from other forums, there is little button and it says you get emailed when there is an answer on the thread you posted.

    so i never found something here, but i will try your advices [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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