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We've got recent posts and the like, but I'd like to see an option that would bring up my 'subscribed topics', say with the last four pages of them in recent postings. I seem to lose posts a lot (recent posts/daily don't always show everything) and that would help me keep track of the posts I've responded to.


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You mean a subscribed topics list other than what is in your user control panel on the site?



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CirquedeSQLeil (4/7/2011)
You mean a subscribed topics list other than what is in your user control panel on the site?


Heh, let me clarify. Use my subscribed topics list to show me an article list as if you had chosen 'recent posts', showing me what's been updated since I last read it and the like.


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You mean a subscribed topics list other than what is in your user control panel on the site?


Heh, let me clarify. Use my subscribed topics list to show me an article list as if you had chosen 'recent posts', showing me what's been updated since I last read it and the like.


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Interesting. Not necessarily a hard query, but I'll have to see if I can fit it in somewhere.

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