Is there a way to subscribe to a forum thread so that I will receive an email notification if there has been more responses made?
okay, Misha, thanks. I wish they did, though. This is the only forum I have ever posted in that did not have that option. oh well.
If I'm following a thread, I go into my profile and look at the comments I made, clicking on the most recent for that thread. That way, I can pick up where I left off.
Hope that helps.
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