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  1. #1
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    Viewing my thread postings

    Is there any way that I can show a list of all threads across all forums to which I have posted please?

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    Re: Viewing my thread postings

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    Re: Viewing my thread postings

    You can also click your own user name in any of your forum post's header. The menu that pops up then has an item "View Forum Posts" which triggers a search which is not limited to the forum section the clicked post is in.

    BTW, the forum search seems to get better, yet not being completely fixed. It finds my own posts back to January 2012, which is some months before the forum software update, but of course there are many more. The weird thing is: The menu item mentioned above yields a list of 201 search hits, the search as proposed by S_M_A above (with the time constraint set to "any date and newer") just one of 103. But the last entry in both lists is the same post from January 13th 2012!?
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