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January 19, 2012, 10:58:44 PM
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You only have 59 pages of posts... also, jump to page 40, they're in order.

oh 59... why to page 40? i don't get why you're telling me they're in order.



You said they were from long ago.... jump to that point in time.

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January 19, 2012, 11:12:01 PM
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You only have 59 pages of posts... also, jump to page 40, they're in order.

oh 59... why to page 40? i don't get why you're telling me they're in order.



You said they were from long ago.... jump to that point in time.

uh, you're right... i mean to say they *could be* from long ago... the point was, i don't know where in that long list they are.
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January 19, 2012, 11:13:49 PM
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Your best bet is probably click the thread, then search your name... search is scoped to the thread you're in.

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January 19, 2012, 11:14:34 PM
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Your best bet is probably click the thread, then search your name... search is scoped to the thread you're in.

yeah i've done that a few times... it only finds posts by other people who have quoted me.

and you can't do 'advanced search' just within a particular thread.
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January 19, 2012, 11:16:23 PM
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Your best bet is probably click the thread, then search your name... search is scoped to the thread you're in.

yeah i've done that a few times... it only finds posts by other people who have quoted me.

and you can't do 'advanced search' just within a particular thread.


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January 20, 2012, 01:59:27 AM
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what worked for me in the past is to list the thread with .all in the url.
then search by my username and click the delete with the middle mouse button so that it opens the delete command in new tab.
that way I don't loose track where am I in the deleting process and can hit next all the way down
might suck in big and dandy threads but is better than nothing.

and you can always outsource this for a few bitcents to a newbie who looks for a job
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January 20, 2012, 02:16:02 AM
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what worked for me in the past is to list the thread with .all in the url.

please elaborate / provide example link
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January 20, 2012, 02:21:29 AM
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what worked for me in the past is to list the thread with .all in the url.

please elaborate / provide example link

I believe he means that instead of (for example) this link:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=58897.msg703060#new

You would instead use:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=58897.0;all

which shows all posts on one page (not paginated) so that you can search using Ctrl+F or similar.

EDIT: or you can simply click the "ALL" button next to the page numbers.

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January 20, 2012, 02:50:00 AM
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EDIT: or you can simply click the "ALL" button next to the page numbers.

wow, that was invisible all this time until you mentioned it.

edit: now i see why it was invisible... that link doesn't appear on long threads like "List of honest traders". i guess because there are so many pages.
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January 20, 2012, 08:30:43 AM
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EDIT: or you can simply click the "ALL" button next to the page numbers.

wow, that was invisible all this time until you mentioned it.

edit: now i see why it was invisible... that link doesn't appear on long threads like "List of honest traders". i guess because there are so many pages.


you nailed it. the "really long threads" (I guess over 30 pages) hide the 'ALL' option but forcing it by adding the ;all should work
also in a thread like 'Introduce yourself' in the Newbies section with 200+ pages. careful when following this example:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=15672.0;all

edit: nope, does not work for the introduce yourself thread. but for honest sellers it worked when I edited/deleted my posts
e2: tried with list of honest sellers and it fails as well. must have stopped working since I last used it Sad I was not even able to set custom entries per page that would work around the limitations set by the forum software. seems the only way now is to crawl list of own submissions and search by forum name.

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February 23, 2012, 02:19:50 PM
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Come on people, you seriously consider deleting posts to "unsubscribe" from a thread? Thats plain awful! If everyone would start doing this, ugh!
You can, at least, mark all threads "read" at once. I pick out the ones I read, then mark all left ones read too.
And, if you *must* look up your posts in a thread: Search for your postcount, like "Posts: 185". Ah, screw that, it doesnt work any more. I tried it some weeks ago, and did find all posts from all users with that postcount in that thread, which was only that one user.

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February 23, 2012, 02:24:59 PM
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You can, at least, mark all threads "read" at once. I pick out the ones I read, then mark all left ones read too.

That's what I do, read what I'm actually interested in then click the button that says mark all as read, it will clear the rest of the list.

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February 24, 2012, 08:21:08 PM
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Come on people, you seriously consider deleting posts to "unsubscribe" from a thread? Thats plain awful! If everyone would start doing this, ugh!
You can, at least, mark all threads "read" at once. I pick out the ones I read, then mark all left ones read too.
And, if you *must* look up your posts in a thread: Search for your postcount, like "Posts: 185". Ah, screw that, it doesnt work any more. I tried it some weeks ago, and did find all posts from all users with that postcount in that thread, which was only that one user.

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deleting posts doesn't seem to work. i was bored a few days ago and went through about 100 pages of bullbear thread to delete mine and it still comes up in my list... no way to tell if i've missed one or not though without doing that all over again.


I agree. Some threads just seem to "not let me go" I have no (still exsisting) Posts in the thread and yet i still get notifications about how someone posted something new in the thread where i apparently have a response

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February 27, 2012, 02:45:16 PM
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I agree. Some threads just seem to "not let me go" I have no (still exsisting) Posts in the thread and yet i still get notifications about how someone posted something new in the thread where i apparently have a response

I disagree. I was able to 'unsubscribe' every thread so far by deleting my posts in there

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