My history
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It used to be that when you posted in a thread, next time you came back the most recent posts were right at the top of your list found in the "user CP"

Now there are a few threads in there that I haven't participated in for a long time, but the stuff I posted in yesterday are nowhere to be found in my history. Is this just one of many things I've not figured out by the new, and greatly unimproved WoodNet forum?

Apologies if this has been asked before.
Worst thing they can do is cook ya and eat ya

GW
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#9
  Re: My history by Steve N (It used to be that w...)
45 peeks and no ideas? Am I the only one with this problem?
Worst thing they can do is cook ya and eat ya

GW
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#10
  Re: RE: My history by Steve N (45 peeks and no idea...)
Just gonna bump this one time. I've never heard a response from anyone about this. I'll try to state it again.

Used to be, right on my start up I could see in a row all of the RECENT posts I had made, in what they call Chronological order..........

Now I haven't a clue what I have commented on, and it really is a drag writing down thread titles, so I can remember........

Anybody notice this????? Is the idea to just look willy nilly through all the posts each day to see if it's anything I want to keep up with, see what comments are made, questions answered???

Hellllllllloooooooooooooooo
Worst thing they can do is cook ya and eat ya

GW
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#11
  Re: My history by Steve N (It used to be that w...)
You can see the most recent threads you posted in in your user cp here: https://forums.woodnet.net/usercp.php. This contains a list of the five most recent threads you posted in, with the newest on the top and the oldest on the bottom. Here, under the Last Post column heading, you can see who wrote the latest post in that thread. On the right side of that page, you can also click the link that says, "Find all of your threads." You can also go to the thread subscriptions page here: https://forums.woodnet.net/usercp.php?ac...bscription to view the threads that you've subscribed to. I believe when you post in a thread, it automatically subscribes you to it. There is also the View New Posts link here: https://forums.woodnet.net/search.php?action=getnew.
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#12
  Re: RE: My history by sysadmin (You can see the most...)
Evidently mine is broken. On the top are threads that have been around forever, and I haven't posted in them for a long time. Over a year in the case of the one on top of my list. Now other people are posting in them, but the discussion has either changed, been resolved IMHO, or just stagnated. Below that are just threads I have started. I am talking about current threads I just posted in, and want to try to keep up with the thread. If there is something to do that, I'm not seeing it in my User CP.

Thanks for responding though.
Worst thing they can do is cook ya and eat ya

GW
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#13
  Re: RE: My history by Steve N (Evidently mine is br...)
Unless anyone else has seen anything like that, I'm not sure it exists in MyBB. If you post in a thread and want to keep up with that thread, the closest thing that you could do would be to subscribe to the thread so that you can see new posts in it on this page: https://forums.woodnet.net/usercp.php?ac...scriptions. The link to subscribe to a thread is on the bottom left of the thread's page.
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#14
  Re: RE: My history by Steve N (Evidently mine is br...)
Okay, I've created a plugin that creates a page that shows a list of threads that the user has posted in or in which the user is mentioned that have unread replies.

https://forums.woodnet.net/misc.php?acti...entthreads
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