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Ko Ko Naing
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I just would like to know where my old posts in SCMAD forum are moved. I am just trying to refer back to the old posts that I posted in the past in SCMAD forum. Are they moved to somewhere else? Because it seems like many other posts are moved too...
 
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Ko Ko,
Are these posts from more than a few months ago. If so, they aren't displayed in the forums by default. If you do a search for your name (and an optional keyword) in that forum, you will get old posts.
 
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IC, Jeanne... I can find my posts back, using the search utility of the forum... So they are hidden, aren't they? Is there any specific reason?

I guess that forum is not that high in traffic... I'm wondering why some posts are hidden behind...
 
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So, is it just your posts that are missing, or is it... say... all posts more than 30 days old? If so, it may help to look again at the SCMAD forum summary page, paying particular attention to the upper right corner...
 
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Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
If so, it may help to look again at the SCMAD forum summary page, paying particular attention to the upper right corner...


You are right, Mr.Jim!!! As you pointed me, it is "Show topics from last 30 days"... Being in JR for years, I can't even notice that option up there...

Thanks for the pointer, Mr.Jim...
 
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