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Welcome to the forum, Bossley! I think I probably approved your post and moved it to a different forum that seemed to be more appropriate and I see you've already had a response. We tend to get an awful lot of posts under the "Coping Forum" and yours seemed to fit better in the Post Diagnosis section IMHO.

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Welcome to the forum, Bossley! I think I probably approved your post and moved it to a different forum that seemed to be more appropriate and I see you've already had a response. We tend to get an awful lot of posts under the "Coping Forum" and yours seemed to fit better in the Post Diagnosis section IMHO.

thanks, I'm new to this

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Welcome to the forum, Bossley! I think I probably approved your post and moved it to a different forum that seemed to be more appropriate and I see you've already had a response. We tend to get an awful lot of posts under the "Coping Forum" and yours seemed to fit better in the Post Diagnosis section IMHO.

when you do move something how do I know where you moved it to?

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when you do move something how do I know where you moved it to?

When you see the "moved" icon, you can still click on the title of the thread and it will automatically transfer you to the correct location. Then the path to the thread will be listed above your thread (hope that makes sense) and you'll be able to see the forum name.

Another way to find your thread is to click on the "View New Content" link on the upper right side of your screen. This will list every thread that has had a new post in it since you've last visited. When it lists the active threads, it also refers to the forum they are in . . . although if your thread has not had any activity since the last time you've visited, it won't be listed.

And finally, to find any of your content, you can click on the green triangle next to your screen name at the very upper right corner (you may need to scroll up to see it). In the drop down menu, you can select

"My Content" and it will list all the threads that you have ever posted in and all the threads you have started.

Sylvia moved your thread to the Post Diagnosis forum.

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when you do move something how do I know where you moved it to?

When I move something, I always show the link that it was moved to so you can find it again. Also if you click on your name or avatar to the left of your posts, it lists your topics and posts. Hope this helps. I'm really not very good explaining techno stuff.

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Janet and I were posting at the same time. As you can see, there's more than one way to find your posts. biggrin.gif

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