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mciupa

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Just a random feature I noticed about the forums in the Replies column is that if you click on the underlined figure, you get a ranking of members and their replies to the thread. I chose a high volume thread (the Pro 107 sticky) as an example.

Like this: Who Posted? - The RadioReference.com Forums

Huh...:eek: didn't know it even existed.:cool:
 

DickH

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The replies link is in the list of threads for the topic.
He called it a "Replies COLUMN". You called it a "Replies LINK".
1) Which is it?
2) WHERE is it?
3) Where is the "list of threads"?
 

DickH

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Click on the number to see what he means :)
Thanks, I see now, but I NEVER use that NEW POSTS feature. Therefore, there is no way I would ever see that page. (Yes, some people don't use every feature in RR).

So if someone dumber than I am asked the question, the answer should include, "Click NEW POSTS", then in the thread you are interested in,"click the number in the REPLIES column".
 
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It is in every forum post list, not just "New Posts".

Cool feature.
 

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Thanks, I see now, but I NEVER use that NEW POSTS feature. Therefore, there is no way I would ever see that page. (Yes, some people don't use every feature in RR).

So if someone dumber than I am asked the question, the answer should include, "Click NEW POSTS", then in the thread you are interested in,"click the number in the REPLIES column".
One doesn't need to use the new posts function to see this. You can also see that column in each forums index page :) That just happened to be where I was when I took the screen grab.

edit: N_Jay beat me to it :p
 
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