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tytower

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Everyone when logging in wants to firstly review their posts and I noticed a button on a Linux forum I read which did exactly that .
With one click it listed all previous posts in their respective threads so you could see immediately if anyone had replied to your post

Good stuff - any chance of it here ?
Setting up the search is cumbersome
 

DerStrom8

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Everyone when logging in wants to firstly review their posts and I noticed a button on a Linux forum I read which did exactly that .
With one click it listed all previous posts in their respective threads so you could see immediately if anyone had replied to your post

Good stuff - any chance of it here ?
Setting up the search is cumbersome

If I'm understanding you correctly, going to the upper right-hand corner of your screen, clicking "My Account" --> "Subscribed Threads" should do what you describe. It will show you a list of all the threads you have participated in, and the titles become bold if they have new replies.

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Der Strom
 

shortbus=

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Can you specify the forum? PM it to me if you wish.

CNCZone.com has a function similar to what I think the O/P is talking about. They have a button in the header of the page that takes you to all of your threads that you replied to.
 

tytower

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DerStrom8

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Only problem I foresee is that some people don't subscribe to threads and if they didn't that page would be empty.

In that case, perhaps a simple message of "you have not started any threads yet" or "you have not subscribed to any threads yet" might be appropriate...?
 

DerStrom8

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Nicely done, EM. Just wondering, is there any chance you could switch the position of "Your Posts" with "New Posts"? I'm just used to clicking the left-most button to see what's new :p:D
 

tytower

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Yeh Good stuff
 

KeepItSimpleStupid

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Only problem I foresee is that some people don't subscribe to threads and if they didn't that page would be empty.

vbulletin gives this message "Sorry - no matches. Please try some different terms."

Take a just joined user and "find his/her threads".

So, VB already handles it.

Actually, it can be placed in the Drop Down Box called "Subscriptions". Just add a element that says "Your Threads"
 
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