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can someone please explain if we can access our previous threads in the forums?
we used to be able to see all the threads that we created and/or commented
thanks for any help, cheers, j
Upper right part of the screen, click the triangle to the right of your avatar (grey man if none). Pick view profile. Activity is what you responded to; content is threads you create.
thank you for your quick response.
i am able to view my previous 'content' that goes back a few years: i'm happy about that.
however, the 'activity' option only shows my latest 2 posts (today) and not any of the previous threads
i have contributed to over the years.
i am looking for some threads i was involved with regarding exporting HD material to standard DVD...
thanks for any more help, cheers, j
Scroll to the bottom of that list (of 2). Do you see the "loading" indicator? (a little sideways barber pole thingy).
Wait and see if more loads.
One more thing that the Jive experience leaves something to be desired.
Edit: I got back about 3 weeks before I had to click on "Load more items"
i can see that thread i started from 2011 (thanks for checking again)
the 'activity' tab only lists 2 recent posts
i noticed that i'm listed by my real name and not my 'tfi productions 44' like i used to
My screen name and real name are the same (so I can't test this), but I think you see your real name only if you are logged into your account. It has been that way for a while.
I googled to find that thread! Just playing around. I don't think it is the thread you are looking for.
Yes, something seems wrong with your activity list.
thanks for the continued help
the thread i'm looking for is how to get the best quality when authoring a dvd from HD material
it was like 20 comments long
i will start yahooing, too
@ Dave Merchant: can you tell me how to navigate to the threads on which i commented please?
i read the privacy link and understand the name issue
thanks for the help
@ Dave Merchant: thank you for your help
the link you provided (searching) showed me stuff back to 2010
at this point i need to reassess my thoughts
there was a thread that explained how to get the best quality of HD footage authored onto an SD DVD...
i thought i joined the thread...
i am glad to see that previous threads/posts are accessible
i definitely appreciate you taking the time to explain what's going on
cheers and a much happy holiday!