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Jul 29th, 2009 at 11:55am

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To view your
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&
Favorites
, do this:
Click on
User CP
at the top under the banners & time.
You can also click on your username to get there.
Click "
Posts
"
Now you will see:
View my Notifications
View my Favorites
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Reply #1 - Sep 6th, 2009 at 1:41pm

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Jack,I've been marking all my threads to be notified of responses since the big upgrade.I've not gotten one.I've had to scroll thru everything to find them.I just followed your directions and got this...  Quote:
There are no boards with Notification marked!
 

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Reply #2 - Oct 30th, 2009 at 9:59am

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Maximus79 wrote on Sep 6th, 2009 at 1:41pm:
Jack,I've been marking all my threads to be notified of responses since the big upgrade.I've not gotten one.I've had to scroll thru everything to find them.I just followed your directions and got this...  Quote:
There are no boards with Notification marked!

Jon, I know you keep dropping hints and emailing moderators about the email notifications not working but I can't get that feature to work here. I tried several times. I give up.

Most of us here would never use it anyways.  Wink
 

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Reply #3 - Oct 30th, 2009 at 12:43pm

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yellowjacket wrote on Oct 30th, 2009 at 9:59am:
Maximus79 wrote on Sep 6th, 2009 at 1:41pm:
Jack,I've been marking all my threads to be notified of responses since the big upgrade.I've not gotten one.I've had to scroll thru everything to find them.I just followed your directions and got this...  Quote:
There are no boards with Notification marked!



Jon, I know you keep dropping hints and emailing moderators about the email notifications not working but I can't get that feature to work here. I tried several times. I give up.

Most of us here would never use it anyways.  Wink


Just what I need another email...NOT....
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Reply #4 - Apr 10th, 2010 at 10:03pm

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yellowjacket wrote on Jul 29th, 2009 at 11:55am:
To view your
Notifications
&
Favorites
, do this:
Click on
User CP
at the top under the banners & time.
You can also click on your username to get there.
Click "
Posts
"
Now you will see:
View my Notifications
View my Favorites

In addition, you need to do this:

go to your User CP/Profile/Options/
Then down to Post & Board Notifications:
check the box that says:
If you check this, you will see an additional Popup alert when you visit the Board Index if you have New Board or Post Notifications.

Then say yes to this one? Default is No.
Notify me of new Notifications by eMail?
 

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Reply #5 - Apr 11th, 2010 at 11:29pm

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yellowjacket wrote on Apr 10th, 2010 at 10:03pm:
yellowjacket wrote on Jul 29th, 2009 at 11:55am:
To view your
Notifications
&
Favorites
, do this:
Click on
User CP
at the top under the banners & time.
You can also click on your username to get there.
Click "
Posts
"
Now you will see:
View my Notifications
View my Favorites

In addition, you need to do this:

go to your User CP/Profile/Options/
Then down to Post & Board Notifications:
check the box that says:
If you check this, you will see an additional Popup alert when you visit the Board Index if you have New Board or Post Notifications.

Then say yes to this one? Default is No.
Notify me of new Notifications by eMail?

Well,shoot! Now I'm asked for a password I havent had to use in years!  Cant recall it at the moment...................
 

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Reply #6 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 9:16am

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Maximus79 wrote on Apr 11th, 2010 at 11:29pm:
yellowjacket wrote on Apr 10th, 2010 at 10:03pm:
yellowjacket wrote on Jul 29th, 2009 at 11:55am:
To view your
Notifications
&
Favorites
, do this:
Click on
User CP
at the top under the banners & time.
You can also click on your username to get there.
Click "
Posts
"
Now you will see:
View my Notifications
View my Favorites

In addition, you need to do this:

go to your User CP/Profile/Options/
Then down to Post & Board Notifications:
check the box that says:
If you check this, you will see an additional Popup alert when you visit the Board Index if you have New Board or Post Notifications.

Then say yes to this one? Default is No.
Notify me of new Notifications by eMail?

Well,shoot! Now I'm asked for a password I havent had to use in years!  Cant recall it at the moment...................

Jon, your suppose to use a password you can remember.  Wink

And this tells me something... your not keeping your computer cleaned up from viruses and spam if your not clearing your cookies etc at least once a month. Because if you were, you'd have to remember your passwords as that clears those too.
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Reply #7 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 11:35am
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yellowjacket wrote on Apr 12th, 2010 at 9:16am:
And this tells me something... your not keeping your computer cleaned up from viruses and spam if your not clearing your cookies etc at least once a month. Because if you were, you'd have to remember your passwords as that clears those too. 


Then I may have a problem here too. Sad  I've never cleared any "cookies".  Only having a computer less than a year, I don't even know what that means. Embarrassed

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Reply #8 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 6:38pm

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Protect Yourself: Clear Your Cookies and History


Cookies are a threat to your privacy, though not in the way you probably think. The cookie files that Web sites use to personalize your online experience aren't immune to online snoops. But they're much more likely to reveal your surfing habits, shopping preferences, and private yearnings to nosy coworkers, kids, system administrators, and bosses who may poke around in your computer while you're momentarily away.

To uncover the secrets that your cookies reveal in Internet Explorer 6, choose Tools, Internet Options and--under the General tab--click the Settings button in the 'Temporary Internet files' area. In the Settings dialog box, click the View Files button. In either Mozilla 1.1 or Netscape 7, choose Tools, Cookie Manager, Manage Stored Cookies (see FIGURE 1). In Netscape 6.2, choose Edit, Preferences, select Cookies under the Privacy & Security category, and then click the View Stored Cookies button to open the Cookie Manager.

You may be a little surprised at the information you'll find: cookies containing URLs to racy magazines, job-seeking sites, shopping sites, and other revealing destinations. Fortunately, removing an individual unwanted cookie is easy. In IE, right-click the cookie's name in the Temporary Internet Files window you opened above, and choose Delete. To remove all cookies, choose Tools, Internet Options and click the Delete Cookies button. In Netscape, select a cookie in the Stored Cookies list and click the Remove Cookie button. You can erase all your cookies by clicking the Remove All Cookies button.

You're not finished yet, though. All browsers keep a history of all the URLs you've visited. To remove individual history items in Internet Explorer, Mozilla, or Netscape, press Ctrl-H to open the History Explorer Bar and right-click a history site domain name, an individual page URL, or an entire day's or week's worth of browsing history in the list. Now choose Delete. To erase all history entries in IE, choose Tools, Internet Options and click the Clear History button.

To accomplish the same thing in Netscape/Mozilla, click Edit, Preferences, select History under the Navigator category, and click the Clear History button.

In Netscape browsers, however, you must take an additional step: Choose Edit, Preferences, select History under the Navigator category, and then click the Clear Location Bar button.
 

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Reply #9 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 6:43pm

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Then I may have a problem here too. Sad  I've never cleared any "cookies".  Only having a computer less than a year, I don't even know what that means. Embarrassed

Dale

You'd be surprised how many people don't understand about cookies.

You should also run AVG Free anti-virus & Advance System Care programs to clear out any bad or not so bad viruses that probably got on our Hard Drive with those cookies too. When our online, some savy scammers/hackers can snoop in your computer too. AVG helps screen that. These programs also help the clean up the clutter on your HD that slows it down too.
 

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Reply #10 - Apr 12th, 2010 at 7:34pm
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Thanks, Jack.  I will read thru your "protect yourself" post and then see if I can work it on my computer.  Huh Guess I should have read the manuals that came with my computer. Roll Eyes

Dale
 
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Reply #11 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 4:27am

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These are 2 very good programs to help keep your computer free of bad things. Both are free, The malwarebyte  program should be run until your computer is clean. Restart after each run & run the program again as malware can resurface after a restart sometimes. Malware can be just as bad as a virus or trojan horse. If you email people it's the right thing to keep your computer clean, because if you don't you not only wreck your computer but you pass this junk along Angry

http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html?par...

http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

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Reply #12 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 8:20am

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Always pay attention to what Alan or Scott says as they both are the REAL computer experts here. I'm not at their level... yet.
 

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Reply #13 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 12:14pm

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68-73 wrote on Apr 13th, 2010 at 4:27am:
These are 2 very good programs to help keep your computer free of bad things. Both are free, The malwarebyte  program should be run until your computer is clean. Restart after each run & run the program again as malware can resurface after a restart sometimes. Malware can be just as bad as a virus or trojan horse. If you email people it's the right thing to keep your computer clean, because if you don't you not only wreck your computer but you pass this junk along Angry

http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html?par...

http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

Alan Smiley

Will these operate OK with the Norton Suite?
 

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Reply #14 - Apr 13th, 2010 at 3:15pm

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Get rid of norton & install AVG free. You computer will be faster & run much better. To put in in plain language norton sucks.
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