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This should now be fixed.

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Hi, I would like to make my information on the profile private (like my address and phone number). I see that most members have it hidden, and it would be nice if I could do that, too, but I couldn't find a "privacy" button. Any ideas?

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Hi, I would like to make my information on the profile private (like my address and phone number). I see that most members have it hidden, and it would be nice if I could do that, too, but I couldn't find a "privacy" button. Any ideas?

It is private-- only you can see it.

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I can no longer email messages to myself. Personally I don't like the new layout as much as the one I saw a few months ago.

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I can no longer email messages to myself. Personally I don't like the new layout as much as the one I saw a few months ago.

The ability to email an archival copy of a Personal Conversation to yourself does indeed seem to have disappeared. I do not know if that is intentional or not.

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Thanks! <3

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I can no longer email messages to myself. Personally I don't like the new layout as much as the one I saw a few months ago.

It is still there, but it is harder to find. Scroll down to the last entry, and look underneath it on the right, above the Fast Reply box. You will see the clickable words "Archive Conversation."

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I noticed that you can now see who is following a topic, or maybe I missed it before. This is a privacy issue for me. Anyone else?

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I noticed that you can now see who is following a topic, or maybe I missed it before. This is a privacy issue for me. Anyone else?

I never follow topics so I just looked. I chose a notification if someone "quotes me". That notifies me if someone responded to me (as long as they quoted me).

I'm not sure it would bother me for people to know I was "following" a topic. If someone has already posted in the topic, I would assume they were checking back, if not officially "following". Not sure what purpose it serves to have the list of people "following" in this setting.

Because Scott is following this topic, he should see our comments. ;)

You should be able to unfollow.

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You can choose to follow anonomously when you follow a thread.

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Is there a URL associated with the mobile version?

Thanks

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Please see:

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I have a question . I did not read the whole thread so I am not sure if it has been addressed again but since the up grade,, my spell check is still not working . Is it because of my server ( foxfire) , the upgrade or am I missing something ( would not be the first time :P:lol: )

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Yep...there are issues with spellcheck and Firefox. If you clear your cache it may help. Switching to Google Chrome is a better solution.

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I'm getting this whenever I click on any thread (other than this one) in the forum:

Warning: require_once(/tmp/tmpgw4ia4) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: Permission denied in /home/virtual/site2/fst/var/www/html/gluten-free/admin/sources/base/core.php on line 1212

Fatal error: require_once() [function.require]: Failed opening required '/home/virtual/site2/fst/var/www/html/gluten-free/hooks/../../../../../../../../../tmp/tmpgw4ia4' (include_path='.:/php/includes:/usr/share/php:/home/virtual/site2/fst/var/www/html/gluten-free/ips_kernel/') in /home/virtual/site2/fst/var/www/html/gluten-free/admin/sources/base/core.php on line 1212

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