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Question How do I find my threads?

I cannot seem to locate threads that I have started.

I log in; I chose forums; and at this point I don't know how to find threads I have started to review answers my fellow sailors have posted to my questions -- and as a Newbie, I have LOTS of questions.

Can someone navigate me through this forum maze?

Thanks ever so much.

TonyInNewportOregon.

P.S. It you don't mind, maybe you could post your answer to my email address as well, since I probably won't be able to find this thread later. (If you prefer not to throw your email address around to strangers, please skip this request. Appreciations to you.)
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Go to members list. find your name and it will let you find all your posts or the ones you started

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Easier; just click on your name above a post and choose to see your profile

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Hopefully Sailingdog will post and you can read the thread in his signature, if you see any posts by him be sure to read his signature post it will really help a lot

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