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CoolAmadeus

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Nov 19, 2006
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Hi, how do I find posts that I saved as draft?
Bonjour Anna,

From what I just tested, if you save a draft in a thread and you quit the thread for some reason, when you come back to the thread the message you started to type is right there as the bottom of the page, as if you were still typing it. There doesn't seem to be a way to get a list of all your draft posts centrally, if you don't remember in which thread you started them.

By the way I thought a draft was stored locally in a browser cookie, but I'm browsing merb in "private" mode (so no cookie), and it still kept my draft when I logged back in, so it must be stored on the server itself somewhere (Sorry for the technical blahblah, it's in my blood! LOL).

CA
 

Skymning

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Hi,

I'm trying to upload a custom pic for my profile avatar but the upload button doesn't react when I click on it.

What gives?
 
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J'aimerais savoir comment annoncer sur votre site. Je l'ai fait dans le passé mais je ne me souviens plus à quel nom et adresse courriel envoyer mon paiement ?
Merci.
BrittanyMontreal
P.S. Message en anglais envoyé à [email protected] mais je ne suis pas certaine si le message s'est rendu ?
 

thegreatwalooo

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It was recently suggested that I "ignore" certain members in order to avoid the unhealthy back and forth comments. It has been a great couple of day using the "ignore" feature.

My question, is there a way to not only ignore members but to be able to prevent them from commenting on your posts or using the like feature? Ignoring someone is a great feature, but inevitably they always seem to come back and poke the bear.
 
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DouMan

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It was recently suggested that I "ignore" certain members in order to avoid the unhealthy back and forth comments. It has been a great couple of day using the "ignore" feature.

My question, is there a way to not only ignore members but to be able to prevent them from commenting on your posts or using the like feature? Ignoring someone is a great feature, but inevitably they always seem to come back and poke the bear.
If it were possible in media it would have saved a whole lot of bs from an ex potus
 
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