Find my Questions & AnswersPosted?

Self-built / Asus p5cu
January 30, 2009 at 10:01:56
Specs: Windows XP, Core 2 Duo 3.16Gb/4G
Would someone please tell me where in the SAM HELL a person has to go or what do they have to do, after login to view their original posted questions on here? Hopefully along with any answers or suggestions that might have been posted after the original request for help!!! Also, why it seems after a post or reply is made to a post, that a person can't ever seem to find their way back to what they have written? Also, why when carefully segmenting the worded sentences in to clear and consise short paragraphs, when the post is submitted, then it shoves everything close and all bunched up together in ONE LARGE CONTINUOUS PARAGRAPH WHICH IS SO HARD TO READ, EVEN FOR THE ORIGINAL REQUESTER??? I just don't understand why some folks put some stuff on the Internet then just let it free run without ever checking the site or doing any maintenace, as if they expect it to B or run perfectly from day one. This Web Site Forum really needs a lot of work in my opinion. Another thing U can't ask a question of the site owner or manager either, all U can do is post a question for someone else using this site to attempt to answer. And, sure how can they know how this site works or what causes it's problems huh?????? Les lescot@sbcglobal.net See it has done it again bunched everything up into one big glob for me, how in the hell do U format this crap anyway??????? And, make it stay the way U write it!!!!!!

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#1
January 30, 2009 at 10:11:18
This link http://www.computing.net/cgi-bin/my... will take you directly to a list of all messages you have posted in. You can also get to this by clicking the "my computing.net" link and then "message list".

As for formatting, (as I just did here to start a new paragraph), try using the "Enter" key on your keyboard.

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#2
January 30, 2009 at 10:21:10
Here are your two previous posts:

Decrypting an Encrypted File - December 27, 2008 at 08:33:17

FAT32 changed to FAT12 on Hardrive - December 26, 2008 at 21:06:24 Pacific

FWIW to XP users: When you click on the 'Command Prompt' you are just causing the 'Command prompt' to be displayed. This prompt gives you access to NTVDM.EXE, the 'NT Virtual DOS Manager'.


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#3
January 30, 2009 at 10:52:37
Hi,

If you are using regular line returns but the formatting is still appearing all bunched up like that, you must be running through some sort of firewall that is changing the information you send to the site. I've never experienced the type of problem you talk about.

As for finding older posts, you are right. I should maybe try to make it clearer they are in your My Computing.Net message list. I will try to work on something.

Thanks for the suggestion,
Justin


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#4
January 30, 2009 at 11:24:03
You created a paragraph separation in your second post:

http://www.computing.net/answers/wi...

What did you do different with that one?

FWIW to XP users: When you click on the 'Command Prompt' you are just causing the 'Command prompt' to be displayed. This prompt gives you access to NTVDM.EXE, the 'NT Virtual DOS Manager'.


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#5
January 30, 2009 at 12:28:37
Also you may want to remove your e-mail addy from your original post.

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#6
January 30, 2009 at 15:11:49
You can find your message by putting its number into "Message Find" for starters. If it is a recent message it can also be found by going back to the particular forum you posted it on (eg XP) and looking down the list. You can also look for it in your own list of posts in "My Computing Net" (Computing Net Buddy).

Thats three ways, so it is unfortunate that you have not managed to find any of them. With any forum you have to find your way around, which is perhaps rather better than adopting an offensive and angry tone about the forum before you have got your own act together. In the circumstances I admire the webmaster for being so polite but sure, improvements are always welcome.

You will notice that my post is five paras and all I did was use the Enter key at the end of each para, the way you would in any computer document. You are also given the opportunity to review the appearance of a question or response (see "Check To Show Confirmation Page Again") before finally posting it. There is no problem on here.

Many folk seem to have manged to use this forum quite well and sure as heck they are not all Einstein. "Engage brain" comes to mind. In my opinion this is a good forum and the layout is better and more convenient than most.

Tip for you:
NEVER put you email address in "open text" on the Internet or you will get spammed to death - if you haven't yet then you soon will. Their search engines look for the "at" sign.

some other bloke...


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#7
February 2, 2009 at 02:44:16
Hi,

I have just added a new feature based on the suggestions in this post. If you are logged in and have messages in your My Computing.Net list, you will see them in the upper right of the site (just above the advertisement). Since all new posts are automatically added your My Computing.Net list, this should allow users to easily find their posts.

Thanks,
Justin


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#8
February 2, 2009 at 06:27:45
Thank you Justin, that was very nice of you and it sure is a BIG HELP TO THE SITE FOR NAVIGATION TOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!! THANKS AGAIN, Les or lescot

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#9
February 2, 2009 at 08:10:41
Nice one Justin

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