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  1. Member Abas-Avara's Avatar
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    Maybe I can't find it, but I think it would be a great feauture to bookmark a topic.
    So you found a great topic with lots of usefull information and that you can bookmark it so you can look back later (when you forget it for example).

    What do you guys think?
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    Bookmark in your browser.

    I've got a dozen threads here bookmarked for exactly that reason.
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    I just post in ones I'm interested in....something simple...that way you can go to "View Your Posts" and go down the list.
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    Bookmarking in the browser is a option, but it's more hassle and takes longer time. If you go to another computer or after a reinstall, it dissappears (I know the tricks for saving but not everyone).
    but with this option you just log in and view your bookmarked topics.

    It isn't such a big deal but it would be easier for everyone.
    I've seen in more forums the option for bookmarking.
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    My bookmark list has got links I've saved for more than 10 years... backed up and copied innumerable times.

    I stash copies on most DVDs I burn.
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    Use XMARKS, to sync multi computers.
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    Originally Posted by lordsmurf
    Use XMARKS, to sync multi computers.
    Second that. Just installed Windows 7 on a dual boot, installed Xmarks, and all my bookmarks are back again. I also have then sync'd with my laptop.
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