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Conan23
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Ok, I just joined this forum today , but I notice there is a problem when I try to find my posts. When I got to Profile-settings- posts = There are no posts to display.

 

This is confusing because I know I have posted a few questions already. Has anybody got any suggestion about this ?

 

 



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DarkDude
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To find topics you've created go to "Topics" instead. Posts only counts replies to existing topics.

 

It's a silly system really but that's the way it is.



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It seems to be showing up in both categories for me when I look. Sometimes it takes a few hours as the system has to re-index to incorporate new content into those menus, and that occurs only every so often, not instantly.


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