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sun cheng
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hello,every one ,this is my first comming to this site!
can you help me whate to do in this site?
sun cheng
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How can I view the topics on myself?
Mark Spritzler
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Welcome Sun. First, you can always click on your profile link right above any of your posts, and see the last 50 threads that you posted.

Also, we have only a couple of rules. 1. The JavaRanch Naming Policy. 2. The "Be Nice" rule, and 3. Post your questions in the appropriate forum.

Since your question is specifically just about this site, we have a "JavaRanch" forum where questions like this goes.

So I am going to move this to that forum for you.

Good Luck and thanks for coming to our site.

Mark Spritzler


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sun cheng
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Sir:
How Can I reply without Quote?
Jim Yingst
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Um... you just did a reply without quote. It's the blue button that says "Post Reply".


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Chetan Parekh
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Is it a good idea to have a “small-introductory ” manual of JR?


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Ulf Dittmer
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Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:
Is it a good idea to have a “small-introductory ” manual of JR?


Sounds like a good idea. Maybe we could link to this page as part of the registration?


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sun cheng
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Joined: Jun 02, 2006
Posts: 17
Thank you very much
sun cheng
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Joined: Jun 02, 2006
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Originally posted by Mark Spritzler:
Welcome Sun. First, you can always click on your profile link right above any of your posts, and see the last 50 threads that you posted.

Also, we have only a couple of rules. 1. The JavaRanch Naming Policy. 2. The "Be Nice" rule, and 3. Post your questions in the appropriate forum.

Since your question is specifically just about this site, we have a "JavaRanch" forum where questions like this goes.

So I am going to move this to that forum for you.

Good Luck and thanks for coming to our site.

Mark Spritzler


I can not find the "50 threads that you posted",but only
"Incomming private messages",
"Sent Private Messages",
"� View/Update Profile � " and so on.
Can you give me a answer again?
Thank you.
fred rosenberger
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there is a difference between your "profile" and your "my profile".

if you look at the top of any single post, you'll see a time stamp, with several icons to the right of that. the first one that looks like a face (in profile) with a little question mark give you the profile for the person who posted that message.

if you click on one in a post you made, you should see this.

you should be able to find a "view recent posts" on that page.


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sun cheng
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Posts: 17
Thanks,but when I log on this site,I must reply a problem,
then I can view my recent posts?
Jim Yingst
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Sun, please save this link:

Sun's recent posts
sun cheng
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Posts: 17
Jim,Thanks.
An good idea!,but the computer is not mine!
What can I do?
Jim Yingst
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Towards the upper left corner of your screen, were it says "Hello, sun cheng [ recent posts ] [ log out ]" - click the "recent posts". That should give you what you want here.
sun cheng
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Joined: Jun 02, 2006
Posts: 17
Originally posted by Jim Yingst:
Towards the upper left corner of your screen, were it says "Hello, sun cheng [ recent posts ] [ log out ]" - click the "recent posts". That should give you what you want here.


Thank you JinYingst.
Your reply is what I want.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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