Reports about bad ads should include the following:

1. Location/Country
2. Device
3. Browser
4. Company/product of ad.
5. A screen shot if possible,
6. Brief description of how the ad is a problem.
7. Page/Pages affected
8. Date and Time of occurrence.

Refer to the instructions for your device on how to take screen shots

Forum questions..

Discussion in 'Support' started by IrishFighterLA, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. IrishFighterLA

    IrishFighterLA Orange Belt

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    This may be a stupid question or maybe I am just blind but on most forums there is a link up there along where it says User cp , forum jump etc that is to view your own threads/posts..

    I can't see, to find that hear? Other than using advanced search how do you navigate to your own posts and threads if it doesn't have that?

    Cheers
     
  2. VulcanNervPinch

    VulcanNervPinch Gold Belt

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    You click on your own name
    Then you click on Show Statistics
    The you click on Find all posts by --------------
    Then you find out there's a fluctuating lag of 4-72 hrs on recent posts not showing up in the search
     
  3. Spycho

    Spycho Black Belt

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    Click your username in the upper right corner, and on the right you'll find mini statistics. Click on show all statistics and you can click on show all posts/threads
     
  4. IrishFighterLA

    IrishFighterLA Orange Belt

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    ah Great thanks guys!
     
  5. IrishFighterLA

    IrishFighterLA Orange Belt

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    Picking up on this.. And this might be asking a little much haha but is there a way to navigate to your last post in thread without remembering what number page it was on?

    It really sucks coming back to a post a few hours later and try navigate trough to find where you left off.
     
  6. Nostromo

    Nostromo Guest

    There are a number of ways to view your posts.

    You can go to your profile and click on 'Statistics' and then select 'find all posts by IrishFighterLA'

    You can click on your username in any thread and select 'find more posts by IrishFighterLA'

    You can click on the number under the 'Replies' column of any thread and get a pop-up list of all posters in the thread.

    You can utilize the Search feature as well to find your posts in a thread, or a particular forum, or the whole forum.

    Experiment a little, you can't break anything.
     

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