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    Lightbulb Can't find a Thread?

    With the search function disabled, you may be looking for a thread but can't find it.

    Google hasn't worked for you, but .... maybe there's somebody who can remember the proper title or even knows where it is.

    So, here's a place to post (sensible) requests for those "missing" threads.
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    I'm nor looking for a thread. I'm looking for posts.

    Yesterday I discovered a post had disappeared in the Religion Forum. It was a modern Christian song and was a thread started by the original poster as religious ballet. The thread had changed as it went along to slightly different subjects and was talking about things other than ballet. It evan had a video of Amy Grant. So I figured it was ok that I posted there. That post was deleted. I reposted it in the non-classical forum.

    There was another post that I just discovered had disappeared. My original question in the forum was if anyone knew of prominent flute players. The only one I know is Sharon Bezaly. I put it in the woodwind forum and there were other posts about flutes so I assumed it was in the right place.

    My question is how do I find that thread if it is moved to another forum? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haydnguy View Post
    I'm nor looking for a thread. I'm looking for posts.

    Yesterday I discovered a post had disappeared in the Religion Forum. It was a modern Christian song and was a thread started by the original poster as religious ballet. The thread had changed as it went along to slightly different subjects and was talking about things other than ballet. It evan had a video of Amy Grant. So I figured it was ok that I posted there. That post was deleted. I reposted it in the non-classical forum.

    There was another post that I just discovered had disappeared. My original question in the forum was if anyone knew of prominent flute players. The only one I know is Sharon Bezaly. I put it in the woodwind forum and there were other posts about flutes so I assumed it was in the right place.

    My question is how do I find that thread if it is moved to another forum? Thanks.
    Here's yer thread Haydnguy.

    Looking for (popular) good flute players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merl View Post
    Here's yer thread Haydnguy.

    Looking for (popular) good flute players
    Gees, what was I thinking. (or not thinking). My apologies.

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    Can someone tell me if there is a way to see a history of my own posts.

    My memory is not the greatest (actually deteriorated) and I think I remember posting something and then I go back later and it's not there. (This doesn't happen often.)

    It would be nice if I could go back and verify whether or not I had posted it.

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    I assume you know that you can see a few dozen of your latest posts in your profile (link, click the tab haydnguy), in your case today going back to Jun-21-2019.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Rock View Post
    I assume you know that you can see a few dozen of your latest posts in your profile (link, click the tab haydnguy), in your case today going back to Jun-21-2019.
    Thanks for reminding me. I didn't realize it went back that far either. I'm going to have to track this a bit closer. I thought I posted the video again but it's not in my history. I'm sleep deprived so maybe I'm not clicking the "Post" button. Thanks again.

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    @ haydnguy,

    I checked and was able to see there are 20 pages of your posts going back to April 2019.

    Your membership dates back to 2008 ... and since that time we have had a couple major server problems where many database tables were deleted and could not be recovered, hence some posts/threads were lost.
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