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    How do you find Press F1 Online to use? Any suggestions? Any problems? Please let us know what you think

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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    I was under the impression that if there was an answer to my problem that the reply would be directed to my "given" e-mail address - Am I right - - or do I have to look for replies in the body of the F1 page

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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    I wonder if they are still waiting for a reply after 10 years?
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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    You have to enable the notification of replies via email.

    Go to your user CP -> Edit Options -> Default Thread Subscription Mode -> Instant email notification.

    PS. Why the digging up of a 10 year old post?
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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    Quote Originally Posted by Haggis View Post
    I was under the impression that if there was an answer to my problem that the reply would be directed to my "given" e-mail address - Am I right - - or do I have to look for replies in the body of the F1 page
    Your options show that you have "Automatic Thread Subscription Mode - Do not subscribe" selected. This means you will not get any emails unless you manually subscribe to any thread you create or post in.

    Go into your UserCP and under Edit Options (left hand margin), select Messaging & Notification. You will see your notification options there. Change that to "Instant Email Notification" or whatever other preference suits.

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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    One thing that annoys, is when replying to posts, if one doesnt preview the text in the reply message box before moving away from that page (say, if looking something up, or Googling etc), the text has disappeared when you go back. Is it possible to do something about that or is it the nature of the beast?
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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    Quote Originally Posted by feersumendjinn View Post
    if one doesnt preview the text in the reply message box before moving away from that page (say, if looking something up, or Googling etc), the text has disappeared when you go back.
    You mean if you open up another tab to search etc, then when you view your post tab the text has gone? Or are you using the back button to return to your post on the same page?

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    No, he means when navigating to another site in the same tab
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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    Just using the back button (it seems upon trying it ); normal web page behavior?
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    Default Re: Using Press F1 Online

    Well then I am not surprised his text has vanished. It wouldn't be in any cache as it hadn't been transmitted by posting or previewing. Using the back/forward button is a good way to double post or lose the post.

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