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  • I'm new at this forum. I thought I give it a shot and see what's going on here. It's not perfect, but it's heading in the right direction. I just posted a question for windows xp and I couldn't find where to place that other than the general area. So here's what I suggest unless it's already here, but I didn't find it in the forum home.

    I would like to see a section for each os, like...
    1. windows xp forum/sections, whatever
    2. windows 2000
    3. windows 2003, etc just to make it easier to find things.

    They don't have to be numbered obviously, just have a heading so that it's easier to find. I have no idea what those other post options are, but not forcing one to have one would be helpful. If they had the right options then I don't mind using it. So I hope my suggestions will help the forum. I guess I'm just used to the php forums so this one just takes some getting used to.

    Also, why do you force us to say why I edited this post? If it's just a typo, do you really have to know that?

    Oh yeah, how do I find all my posts?
    • Edited by efx Saturday, June 7, 2008 7:58 PM none
    Saturday, June 7, 2008 7:52 PM

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  • Now I noticed that I had two architecture forums in my forums and then I added "suggestions and feedback" there, then the "suggestions and feedback" went between the two architecture forums like this:

    My Forums
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    Architecture General
    Suggestions and Feedback
    Architecture Role

    Order by category, then by name would be obvious here.
    Tuesday, April 21, 2009 4:07 PM
  • Oh yeah, how do I find all my posts?

    Click on "My Threads" in the right rail box titled "My Forum Links" that'll give you a list of all threads you've participated in.

    Sam Jarawan - Senior Development Lead - Server and Tools Online
    Saturday, April 25, 2009 5:58 PM