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post 24th Jan 2010, 11:22am
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Super Lord Provost
Posts: 479
Joined: 27th Jul 2003
From: Glasgow
Member No.: 19
When I open a topic, I no longer see all posts in that topic. I only see the first post in the thread, followed by a list of all usernames that have replied, and a one line summary of their reply. I would then have to click on each one of those links to be able to read each of their posts. It makes it very slow and confusing to try and follow a discussion. Have I somehow managed to change one of my board display settings, or is it the same for everyone now ?

Update: I have just managed to fix it. My display options had changed from Standard to Outline. I have changed it back and all is well.
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post 23rd May 2010, 08:20pm
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Mega City Key Holder
Posts: 3,484
Joined: 21st Dec 2007
From: southern california
Member No.: 5,235
I'd like step by step instructions please on how to post my youtube garden video on the garden page..I made the video the other day,its about 7 minutes long,it's called DSCF0213.AVI.."Our Garden" I alredy posted it on another site,so I know it's OK to post,I just can't do it on the Glasgow Boards for one reason or another...Thank You!
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post 24th May 2010, 04:44am
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Joined: 29th Apr 2005
From: (Surfs-up)Western Australia
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Hi Wellfield, just noticed naebody else made posted instructions for ye, so I thought id mention to others...

Wellfield's managed to post it on the topic now!! wink.gif

Thats what I think anyway
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