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How to Find Your Own Topics
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How To Find Topics by User Profile

Go to the user profile you wish to find topics in. If you are having trouble finding the users profile refer to this: How to Get a User's Profile Link



Click on the links highlighted for a complete posting history of the user from the last 30 days.

How To Find Topics in Opera

To skip the two steps below and move on to the second picture, press "Ctrl + Alt + H" on your keyboard.

1) Start by clicking on "Tools" when you have your browser open.
2) After that, choose "History".



If you have done everything right, it should look like this: https://www.tcgn.org/upload/pics/196771331lom4.jpg

Now simply choose the day you visited the topic and look for it there.



How To Find Topics in Firefox

To skip the two steps below and move on to the second picture, press "Ctrl + H" on your keyboard.

1) Start by clicking on "History" when you have your browser open. You might see the topic-title here, if you do click it.
2) If you didn't saw the topic title there click "Show in Sidebar".



If you have done everything right, it should look like this: https://www.tcgn.org/upload/pics/19677145u56fv.jpg

Now simply choose the day you visited the topic and look for it there or search in the field if you know the topic title or part of it.



How To Find Topics in Internet Explorer

To skip the two steps below press "Ctrl + H" on your keyboard.

1) Start by clicking on the left star.
2) After that, choose "History".

If you have done everything right, it should look like this: https://www.tcgn.org/upload/pics/19677158ystxo.jpg

Now simply choose the day you visited the topic and look for it there.



How To Find Topics in Internet Explorer (old versions)

To skip the three steps below and move on to the second picture press "Ctrl + H" on your keyboard.

1) Start by clicking on "View" when you have your browser open.
2) After that, choose "Explorer Bar".
3) And finally click "History".



If you have done everything right, it should look like this: https://www.tcgn.org/upload/pics/19677187x66jc.jpg

Now simply choose the day you visited the topic and look for it there.



How To Find Topics in Safari

1) Start by clicking on "History" when you have your browser open. You might see the topic-title here, if you do click it.
2) If you didn't saw the topic title there click "Show All History".



If you have done everything right, it should look like this: https://www.tcgn.org/upload/pics/19677201rjxzl.jpg

Now simply choose the day you visited the topic and look for it there or search in the field if you know the topic title or part of it.



How To Find Topics in Google Chrome

To skip the two steps below and move on to the second picture press "Ctrl + H" on your keyboard.

1) Start by clicking on the wrench symbol in the upper right corner.
2) After that, choose "History".



If you have done everything right, it should look like this: https://www.tcgn.org/upload/pics/18829894v2nas.jpg

Now simply choose the day you visited the topic and look for it there or search in the field if you know the topic title or part of it.
Last Edited by Kevin
on Aug 27 2013 01:58pm  
Created by Lajo
on Jan 15 2010 06:46am