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CDRIVE
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Why do we have to post a reply in order to activate the 'Topic Subscription Notification Type' option menu? There are instances when I can't input any help on a topic, but would like to follow the thread anyway.

Thanks.

Chris

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"So much to learn. So little time to do it. Wise men know it's later than one thinks"!

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I don't answer programming questions via PMs. That's what the forum is for! 

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Hi,

You can do this by clicking on "Topic Options" located at the top right of each thread. Then select "Subscribe to Topic" from the menu.


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Forum Moderator

CDRIVE
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Thank you Peter. This is deffinitely a DUH moment for me!

Chris

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I don't answer programming questions via PMs. That's what the forum is for! 

Keithuk
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Well if your only posting spam charmeddvd123 don't bother. 

Please delete his topics. Wink

Keith

I've been programming with VB for 17 years. Started with VB4 16bit Pro, VB5 Pro, VB6 Pro/Enterprise and now VB3 Pro. But I'm no expert, I'm still learning.

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10 Identical Posts......that's quite a few, usually they get stopped before teh double digits. BigGrin





-Mobius

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