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Search Feature ?

The Search feature drives me crazy here.  when say i search for "Amex" and scroll through the pages and enter a thread on page 6, when i leave that thread and want to go back to page 6 , it goes right back to page one. If there is a way to do this let me know.. Am i missing something ..LoL


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Re: Search Feature ?

The same thing happens to me.

 

What I do (at least for a while, until I forget) is to open a link to a thread in a new tab, so that the search results remain on their own tab.

 

Inevitably I forget to do this, and then much cussing ensues, but it's a workaround.

 

On a Mac, I hold down Command while clicking the link. I've forgotten off the top of my head how to do this in Windows, but it's equally simple. Control key, probably.

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