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I notice that there are now 381 pages in the album section - I was looking for a particular members gallery and found it impossible - I just dont have enough time to trawl through 381 pages!
Am I missing something, or is there some way of getting to ones destination immediately? Something like a search engine, inputting name of member or vessels name?
If there isn't, please oh great master of the website (Colin) would it be possible to speak to the great IT gurus?
What do others think?
|neil howard-pritchard||08/12/2009 19:32:57|
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good idea pierre, that' said I thought there was one.
|Colin Bishop||08/12/2009 21:19:27|
4967 forum posts
If you look at a member's post you will see that underneath their name there is a clickable link showing the photos they have posted. In Neil's case it shows 24 photos. Just click on that and you should see all the albums posted by that member.
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Thanks, that helps!
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We welcome well written contributions from Website members on almost any aspect of Model Boating with a particular emphasis on practical hints, tips, experience and builds.
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