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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
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Feb 14, 2008

There used to be a check box you could tick if you wanted to be notified of postings to a particular forum thread. I can't find it any more. Am I missing something obvious?

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Zamira*****  Identity Verified
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- Feb 14, 2008

Jack Doughty wrote:

There used to be a check box you could tick if you wanted to be notified of postings to a particular forum thread. I can't find it any more. Am I missing something obvious?


Hi Jack, it is at the left bottom corner of the screen if you use the new design. Zamira


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Margreet Logmans  Identity Verified
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To the left Feb 14, 2008

Hi Jack,

As far as I know, it's still there, at the left hand side of the page.
A darkish green box, captioned 'Email tracking'. It's only there in reading mode, not when you're writing a posting. Perhaps that's why you missed it?

If you can't find it, I can make a screen shot and send it to you; I don't know how to post images like that here, do you?

(Corrected a typo)

[Edited at 2008-02-14 12:51]


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Thank you. Feb 14, 2008

Thanks to both of you. I WAS missing something obvious!

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