Not a major problem, but would be nice to know why

  pj123 15:32 05 Jan 2005

I still can't select "View your postings" when first logging in to the Forum. I always have to go to the Helproom first then select a thread and having read it click Back and then scroll all the way down to the bottom and select My Postings from the drop down menu.

I don't seem to be able to use the links at the top except for Helproom.

As I said, not a major problem but why?

Win 98SE, IE/OE 6, NTL Broadband.

  Technotiger 15:37 05 Jan 2005

Hi, dunno reason, but I had similar today - is ok now though.


  Stuartli 18:04 05 Jan 2005

Can you make the link via the top of the page?

I've always opened HelpRoom first and then right clicked on My Postings and opened it in a new windows in IE (now new tab in Firefox).

  Djohn 18:09 05 Jan 2005

Try this method. I use it to take me straight to the helproom, not sure if it will work for my postings but worth a try.

Log in as normal then go to your "My Postings" Copy the address from the address bar and save in your favourites pane of IE. Come out of the forum [No need to log out] just go to another site then click on the new link to bring you back to PCA.

This should take you to the log-in page that already has your details typed in, just click on, "Log-in" and it should then take you to your postings as the first port of call. Like I say, it may not work but definitely does for the helproom cutting out the first page of selecting a forum to enter.

  Technotiger 18:17 05 Jan 2005

Me again, I have just tried Djohn's suggestion - worked ok. Cheers.

  pj123 12:31 06 Jan 2005

Stuartli, only after opening a Helproom thread first.

Thanks John. Yes that does get me straight in to My Postings (seems to bypass the Login Page as well). Probably won't work when I clear all my cookies though.

Still don't see why it doesn't work in the normal way though. Will tick as resolved.

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