That's very weird. I'll look into it, but as far as I know this should not be happening. Thanks for the heads up.
I wanted to add a sentence or two to the "Interests" category in the "Edit" section of "My Account." Apparently, that is not an option...so I ask, why not? I can't possibly be the only person who might want to do that, either now or in the future. There are three options to my dilemma, to wit, (1) That option is there, but for some reason, I was not able to find and/or utilize it (2) It was an oversight by the folks who designed and operate the web-site, or (3) No such option exists, and decision was made on purpose. If you have already purposely decide not to utilize this option, then you should let people know in advance, before they write anything, that it is a one time option, and can never be changed. However, that having been said, kindly consider adding the option to Edit any portion, especially the "Interests" section, which may very well change for anyone at any time. Thanks for your time and your consideration! Love to all! - Cliff
Thanks Izzie. Makes sense if you're checking out a discussion for the first time. If you've already checked it out though, it's kind of like re-reading an entire book to get to the chapter where you've left off. I'll keep my eyes peeled for an eventual solution.
hey now, REK. When you figure that out, let the rest of us know, okay?
Just kidding! Really though, the software we're using is currently configured to take us to the top of the folder. It's an all or nothing kinda deal, and we think it'd be harder on all of us to start at the most recent post and have to work backwards to catch everything in a discussion.
I believe there is a fix in the makings, to let us just be able to go to the last post that we've seen in a given topic. As stuff like that gets developed, we'll keep you posted either here, or in the FAQs section.
How do you check only new messages, and not have to slog through posts that I've already checked out? Even if I click on new post, it takes me to the beginning of the folder. Thanks in adance for any help.
I was never pormpted to change my password either;
I did it anyway the first time I signed in so I'd remember it.
saguaroiv, you can change your password from the My Account page, Edit menu. You should have been prompted already to change your system-generated first password, no?
Thanks for the suggestion, but we are already running Login Toboggan and have been since launch.
What is the process to change from the first time user password I was sent, no pompts to do so?
Please use the Drupal module "Login Tobboggan" to smooth out the registration process. See this link: http://drupal.org/project/logintoboggan