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Offline wrjones

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Re: Email-Topics?
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 21 September 17 16:39 BST (UK) »
Just tried it as another user and Oooooh must just be me who has special powers ;D will have to sort that button out for you.

Sarah

Thanks Sarah,I was able to send the Topic I wanted via an ordinary copy of the Webpage.

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Re: Email-Topics?
« Reply #10 on: Friday 22 September 17 13:53 BST (UK) »
Yes there is a "send this topic" button which lets you email a friend on a topic, you will find this button just to the right of the top blue "reply" button.

Sarah :)

It's been missing for ages.  I thought it was just another 'refinement'  ???
Interesting that others who've missed it are on laptops, as am I.  Must have a look on my friend's desktop to see if it's there.

Sometimes AI is just too arbitrary, isn't it?    ::)  ::)  ::)

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« Reply #11 on: Friday 22 September 17 14:32 BST (UK) »
It is missing on my desktop  ;)
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« Reply #12 on: Friday 22 September 17 23:08 BST (UK) »
It is missing on my desktop  ;)

And on mine too Rosie  ;D
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« Reply #13 on: Saturday 23 September 17 13:51 BST (UK) »
Just found that you seem to be able to send a link/topic on the ToT Board ~

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« Reply #14 on: Saturday 23 September 17 13:54 BST (UK) »
Just found that you seem to be able to send a link/topic on the ToT Board ~

After all these years and we're still finding something new each day  :-X
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« Reply #15 on: Saturday 23 September 17 14:08 BST (UK) »
Thinking about it, Carol, it doesn't seem of much use there because you'd have to be a member and be signed in before you could read the topic - a PM is the usual way, I think  ;D

(unless the whole topic listing is sent, as in Print Topic  :-\  )
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« Reply #16 on: Saturday 23 September 17 14:33 BST (UK) »
Thinking about it, Carol, it doesn't seem of much use there because you'd have to be a member and be signed in before you could read the topic - a PM is the usual way, I think  ;D

(unless the whole topic listing is sent, as in Print Topic  :-\  )

I was able to send my Topic finally by means of an ordinary Copy of the Webpage.You can read any Topic,member or not,you just need to be a member to comment on a Topic.

Regards
William Russell Jones.
Jones, Griffiths. Stephens, Parry, Gabriel, Conway, Hughes, Evans, Roberts, Lea, Hanmer. Peake, Edwards. Newnes, Davies. Thomas. "Blythin".
All North Wales.
Conway, Durber, Cartlidge, Lovatt, Bebington. Brindley, Sankey, Brunt. Dean. Clewes. Rhodes. Mountford,Walker,Bache, "Gibbons"Hood. Taylor
All Stoke-on-Trent.
Francis - Nantwich Cheshire.
Dennell - Cheshire/Staffordshire.
Talbot-Shropshire
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« Reply #17 on: Saturday 23 September 17 15:05 BST (UK) »
I was referring to the fact that unless you're a member and logged in, you can't see or read ToT board topics*. I've just tried it and sent a link to a ToT topic to myself while I've been logged off and it asks me to log in,

You have always been able to do a 'print page' or what you have done (i.e. a copy) and send it via e-mail. 

Not sure why yoy would want to use 'Send Topic' really. I've managed without it for getting on for 12 years  ;D

* as my previous posts indicates, that seems to be the only board that you can send a link to at the moment.
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