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Old 09-17-2005, 05:05 PM   #15
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In Internet Explorer you can force a refresh by hitting the F5 key. I am not sure how to do this in Firefox (I am sure there is a similar function). I will work on the smilies later...
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Old 09-17-2005, 05:07 PM   #16
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Well, there is is! Maybe all I had to do was log in again. I'll reserve my question now for as long as the old format continures to appear on my screen.
A default setting was changed. I changed it back to linear mode (oldest to newest) so others that had customized their settings (it looked like around 30 members) will have to change their settings back...
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Old 09-19-2005, 03:07 PM   #17
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Anyone have to reset their passwords to get back in?
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Old 09-19-2005, 03:43 PM   #18
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Anyone have to reset their passwords to get back in?
Not as much of a reset but I had to type in my user name and current password. Be sure to check the remember me box. I had to do this Saturday morning on my home PC and this morning on my work PC. I think that info is kept in a cookie on your local disk drive. I'm assuming the new software does not recognize the old cookie. By checking the remember me box you get a new cookie the first time you log onto the new software version.

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Old 09-19-2005, 04:01 PM   #19
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I wanna go home......

Hi Andy,
I use to click home to return to the new thread list. Is there a new way?
Is there a reason why we won't need that? Or am I just too impatient
to wait for you to wow us? Or....Am I just a dope? Dave
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Old 09-19-2005, 04:07 PM   #20
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Dave depending upon what you want to see you can either click on the portal tab at the top of the page or click on new posts.....or am I missing the boat on your question?

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Old 09-19-2005, 04:14 PM   #21
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Thanks Jack

That'll work. Is the " home " place to click gone away for good?
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Old 09-19-2005, 04:29 PM   #22
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That'll work. Is the " home " place to click gone away for good?
The home key is at the bottom blue bar of the page and it takes me to the same place that the portal tab does.

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Old 09-19-2005, 05:40 PM   #23
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Too many platforms, right Andy?

Gee'se Louise sovereignrwe (Mark & Kimber) -- Only resetting a password? No problem mon... The minor hassles and incompatibilities of Firefox make me want to go back to Apple!! Back when there was only a Palo Alto Research Center (inventors of the mouse) I had a 512K Macintosh. And even then their Paint program was miles ahead of the stupid kludge-ware that PCs bundle onboard these days! Steve Jobs & Steve Wozniak -- I apologize for ever doubting thee...

I hear that there is a new up-and-coming alternative to Internet Explorer (by some former Mozilla employees). Okay, I'll ride this laptop to its grave Bill Gates, but after that all bets are off!
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:13 PM   #24
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Not as much of a reset but I had to type in my user name and current password. Be sure to check the remember me box. I had to do this Saturday morning on my home PC and this morning on my work PC. I think that info is kept in a cookie on your local disk drive. I'm assuming the new software does not recognize the old cookie. By checking the remember me box you get a new cookie the first time you log onto the new software version.
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On my home computer running XP, no problem. On my work computer using 2000, it's a problem. In Internet Explorer, you can go to Tools>>Internet options>>Delete Cookies. Try that and see if, after reloading your cookie, it performs properly. (this deletes ALL cookies, remember).

P.S. Hey Look, I got another rivet with this post! This must be a new milestone. I'm sooo proud.

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I am curious as to why I go to #1 when opening a thread and not the the most current comment. Am I supposed to be doing something different? Sometimes I like to read through the whole thread, but sometimes not. Any easy solution?

I thought I finally understood how to get from one place to another, but I guess I need a map.
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Beth, you set it up in your prefernces under your user cp. I'll see if I can find it right quick......

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Beth, if you click on the blue arrow next to the name of the last poster in the thread, it will take you to the last post in the thread. If you click on the thread name, it takes you to the top of the thread.

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I am curious as to why I go to #1 when opening a thread and not the the most current comment. Am I supposed to be doing something different? Sometimes I like to read through the whole thread, but sometimes not. Any easy solution?

I thought I finally understood how to get from one place to another, but I guess I need a map.
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go into your "User CP" (button is to the top left) then go to "Edit Options" about half way down the page there is a section called "Thread Display Options" in the third section choose "linear newest first" from the pull down menu.... This was one of the "things" that got reset during the upgrade.

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