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Posted By jeeperscreepers Monday, January 26, 2009 4:10 AM
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I would like to see a way to mark certain threads that are of particular interest to myself for future reference.  Many times items come up during a discussion that I would like to have at hand to work on my trucks.  Many times different terminology for things are used and you can't find what you remember was once posted using the forum search.   Thanks,

Dan Cornett

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Eddy Lucast
 Posted Monday, January 26, 2009 7:32 AM
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jeeperscreepers (1/26/2009)
I would like to see a way to mark certain threads that are of particular interest to myself for future reference.  Many times items come up during a discussion that I would like to have at hand to work on my trucks.  Many times different terminology for things are used and you can't find what you remember was once posted using the forum search.   Thanks,

Dan,

Open the message you are interested in and in the upper right hand corner select "Topic Options" and then "Subcribe to Topic" and you'll be all set.



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That worked except on the old threads brought back from the old board. Thanks for reply.

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