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Author: RalphCramden Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 89025  
Subject: Recent Posts button? Date: 10/18/2002 5:31 PM
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How do I get a listing of the recent posts in a favorite subject I am reading? I have things I save as favorites that I don't (or can't) follow all the posts. Then when I am looking at them I would love to see the most recent posts. But right now the only way I can figure to do that is to set the time interval to 365 days, then click forward once (or twice if its been a while) which gives me the single newest post showing, then I have to hit "Previous."

I can't believe that there aren't a LOT of people who would use the button "Recent Posts" if it was there.

You're the greatest!
Ralph
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