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8/27/2002 9:37 PM
Tony
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Message Tree hard to get used to..
Guys  
 
This message tree thing is hard to follow sometimes, what do you think.... and we haven't really got into it yet...  
 
It would be nice to have them posted in date order..  
 
Anyway  
 
Tony
 
8/28/2002 12:20 AM
Greg Simon
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I've used Ampage for years, so I'm used to it. It does get kind of annoying however on Ampage sometimes if you are looking for a particular message. The way it seems to work is that the ones with the most recent replies move to the top. hope that helps you a little?  
Greg
 
 
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8/28/2002 1:18 PM
Tony
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Thanks Greg...
 
9/1/2002 11:19 PM
Steve A.
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Searching the Message Tree...
Greg and Tony:  
 
    You can use the Find feature in your browser to locate a particular character string in the Message Tree. You do need to make sure that the Tree pane has the focus so you might want to click on it first.  
 
The way it seems to work is that the ones with the most recent replies move to the top.  
 
    That seems to be true. (In some of the other on-line forums the threads are listed by the date of the oldest entry rather than the most recent reply.)  
 
HTH  
 
Steve Ahola
 
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