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Well, I don't really like . . .

The way you reply to a post, click submit (or whatever) and you have to go to the main page and back to the original post to see your reply.

My 2 cents.

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Back to the main page?

After submitting a reply, you should see three options appear, including:
1.) Click here to view your post.
2.) Track this discussion. (If untracked)
3.) Bookmark your submission. (IE and Firefox only)

Clicking #1 links directly to your reply, so there is no need to visit any other page. Note, however, that if there is a delay in processing your reply it may not be immediately available, in which case the above links are not provided. In such cases, a note that your post will appear shortly will be displayed instead.


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Yes, I know that . . .

Where is the "Return to the discussion" link?

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I think. You have to clk the opening post subject line.

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There need not be one...

In the new forums, the Reply box is on the same page as the thread. Just scroll up or down to see the entire thread as you write your reply, as well as after you submit it. You only need to follow the "Click here to view your post" link, or refresh the page, to see your own post appear within the thread.


Note: If there are over 30 posts and your post would appear on a subsequent page, the link with take you to the page your reply is on while refreshing would leave you on the same page.

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