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hello
is "my thread" function available here,some other webs can,such as "jguru" "theserverside".....
 
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What does the 'my thread' function do?
I can think of things I'd like it to do, but I haven't taken part in the forums at jguru etc.
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"my thread" is that you can see all of the posts by myself ,no matter what forum they belong to,i have found this function in your website:
click "view recent post" in my profile page,i suggest you would better move it to the first page of the saloon.
 
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zb cong,
You'd better add your contributition to the very recent thread
[ March 15, 2002: Message edited by: Wilfried LAURENT ]
 
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