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Discussion in 'Message Board Help & Notices' started by TEACLOCKS, Oct 4, 2018.
Where do I find All the threads I have started
Go to your profile page and go across to Information and chick on it. Go down towards the bottom and you will see content threads or all threads started Teaclocks and click on it and it should be just the threads you started.
It only goes back to 2014
Shouldn't it go to my beginning ??
At the bottom of the last page(10) see and click on "see older messagess" and it should take you back another 10 pages, etc.
Thanks for this discussion. I decided to follow Jim's advice and look back to the beginning of my posts here. There is quite a bit of lost material from the very early days due to the admins at that time deciding to "clean things up" and remove obsolete material. Because of that my oldest "thread" appears to be a reply to a question that is no longer there.
In the very beginning I started a thread and some guy got mad at me and said he will never help me again, He must have miss understood me.
So I was trying to find that thread, I think it was deleted some how.
I want to ask the guy if he still felt that way about me.
Your intent is noble but 13 years is a really long time.
When I get criticized, I usually just try a little harder the next time. Or, if I feel it was not justified, I ignore it and move on.
People tend to trust my wife's judgement, so if I can introduce them to her it helps a lot in getting people to take me seriously.
But, they should step back and think, "Hey, she did marry Tom!"
I did step back, Its been 13 years.
I was just wondering if who ever it was felt the same as before, I thought maybe I could learn something from the guy, if he was still around.
I didn't even know the man.
It was a forum thread.
If you go to your profile page and click on "threads" you'll find the threads you've started. Go to the last page, and at the bottom it says "find older threads". Click that. Repeat that process until you get back as far as you think it was, and then search for it