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(OP)
Good afternoon, I obviously hadn't posted here for a while but when i did, a couple of weeks ago, I noticed that my posts don't now have the red tick against them and aren't included in the list if I choose "Marked Threads First" as the Thread Order. Is this a new 'feature'? Have I not done something to ensure my post gets a tick? Can I get the tick back?

Many thanks,
D€$

RE: "Marked Threads"

A "marked thread" is one that you have flagged for email notification. To do that, click the red tick in the "Notify Me" box in the upper right-corner of the thread's screen.

At least, that's what's always worked for me.

Mike

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RE: "Marked Threads"

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Thanks Mike, that worked. It also seems to have done it for my other recent post! dazed

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