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I just cann't find out some post topic create by myself one years ago, and it is difficult to find out some reply post topic by myself recently also.

Could you enhance the search engine GUI for this forum, add more search criteria such as author name match, etc.

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I agree, the search is very limited and the results are sometimes incorrect. But did you search by user identifier? Provided you have not made more than 200 posts in this forum, you should be able to find your post.
 
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Hi Jessie,

Your last posts can be found here. When you exceed 200 posts this will only show the last 200 of them.

As Barry mentions, you can also use the UBB search facility in any forum on your member number (yours is 66396).

Normally you can also do a search on Google for your name in relation to this site. For some reason I cannot find any posts under your name - I have no idea why your name is not showing up. Here is an example with my name.

But this has nothing to do with SCJD, so I have moved it to the JavaRanch forum.

Regards, Andrew
 
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