How do I find my posts?

I can find the threads I have started by using the Advanced Search and entering my handle in the User Name field.
However, I also have several posts in other threads. How do I find them?

go to the top of the page and click on your username

Clicking on my name only shows the posts for the last few days. However, when I click on “Find latest posts” after clicking on my name, I get my posts for at least the last few months. AFIK, there isn’t a way to get them all.

Thanks

Quick links

  Subscribed threads

Is ez to use.

:slight_smile:

[quote=Herbhornist;115317]Clicking on my name only shows the posts for the last few days. However, when I click on “Find latest posts” after clicking on my name, I get my posts for at least the last few months. AFIK, there isn’t a way to get them all.

Thanks[/quote]

you only have 14 post how damn hard can it be… sorry thought once I pointed you in the right direction you could handle it.

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[quote=Herbhornist;115317]Clicking on my name only shows the posts for the last few days. However, when I click on “Find latest posts” after clicking on my name, I get my posts for at least the last few months. AFIK, there isn’t a way to get them all.

Thanks[/quote]

you only have 14 post how damn hard can it be… sorry thought once I pointed you in the right direction you could handle it. when I click your name and then select view post I see all 14 post.

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