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Viv Gupta
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I have been reading and posting the topics on various forums of the ranch. To refer to the topic that I have seen few days back, I have to run a search for the topic. That too will get more difficult when you don't exactly remember the keyword from the topic, as in that case searching result to a bulk of topics.

Iam not able to find any way to mark a topic for future reference.I think some way of marking a topic will be good (similar to that of google groups where one can put a star on the topic).
 
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Press Ctrl+D and see your favourites
 
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Originally posted by Sameer Jamal:
Press Ctrl+D and see your favourites


Hey Sameer are you talking about Menu Bar --> Favourites???If, Yes, one need to press Alt + A.
 
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Hey Sameer are you talking about Menu Bar --> Favourites???If, Yes, one need to press Alt + A.


No. If you press ctrl + D, the page gets added to the Favourites.


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Press Ctrl+D and see your favourites


Some people like to have a favourite menu spreading all over the screen. And the day come when they burn their eyes searching which of topic is favourite among the favourites.
 
Chetan Parekh
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Originally posted by Major Wanders:
Some people like to have a favourite menu spreading all over the screen. And the day come when they burn their eyes searching which of topic is favourite among the favourites.


I am the perfact example
 
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Read the JavaRanch FAQ and learn about the software.

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