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  • Haymo Henry Heyder
    Hi All, An off-camera comment on “Archives”: 1) “Messages” do NOT have anything to do with “Members” – at least web-page-wise. Please do
    Message 1 of 12 , Jul 4, 2001
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      Hi All,

       

      An off-camera comment on “Archives”:

       

      1)       Messages” do NOT have anything to do with “Members” – at least web-page-wise. Please do not confuse apples with pejibayes.

      2)       In the home page, below “Most recent messages” you have a “Search Archives” field.

      3)       To see the subjects of the messages. Click on “Messages” in the yellow left field of the home page.

      4)       In the “Messages” page, above the Previous | Next  [First | Last thingy bar, you see another “Search Archives” field

      5)       You can “thread” messages, i.e. message, which have the same subject line, will appear together. A helpful addition to searches.

      6)       You can also “expand” messages, so each one is shown in its full content.

       

      Saludos,

       

      Haymo

    • Janet Blakeley
      Hi Jayem (?) and all, For information about how to search the archives, just access the archives. : ) Seriously. Click on the URL for the homepage at the end
      Message 2 of 12 , Jul 17, 2003
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        Hi Jayem (?) and all,

        For information about how to search the archives, just access the archives. : )
        Seriously. Click on the URL for the homepage at the end of each CRLiving message. On the homepage, click on ¨messages¨ on the left side of the page. Then, type in your search words in the ¨search archives¨ box.
        You may have to play a bit with your search terms, but there´s lots of information to be had.
        Don´t forget to visit the bulletin board, too. TONS of information there. The link is at the end of each CRLiving message.
        Happy hunting,
        Janet

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      • Steve Clark
        Janet In addition, you have to have a yahoo ID (free) and sign in with it. Steve [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        Message 3 of 12 , Jul 17, 2003
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          Janet

          In addition, you have to have a yahoo ID (free) and sign in with it.

          Steve


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        • Ron Borthwick
          ... the end of each CRLiving message. And for those that only use the WEB for messages (like me)the link is listed under Links in the menu to the left. Now
          Message 4 of 12 , Jul 18, 2003
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            Janet wrote:

            > Don´t forget to visit the bulletin board, too..... The link is at
            the end of each CRLiving message.

            And for those that only use the WEB for messages (like me)the link is
            listed under "Links" in the menu to the left. Now how did I miss
            that after all this time? Another place to explore, excellent!
          • Janet Blakeley
            To find old messages: Click on the URL, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CostaRicaLiving On the left side of the page is a list of options, including ¨messages¨
            Message 5 of 12 , Aug 19 6:44 AM
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              To find old messages:
              Click on the URL,
              http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CostaRicaLiving
              On the left side of the page is a list of options, including ¨messages¨ . Click on ¨messages¨ . Then you may search either by message number (bottom of the page) or by subject or author (top of the page) by using the appropriate search boxes. OR, you can scroll through them all.
              Happy hunting,
              Janet


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            • robert pace
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              Message 6 of 12 , Aug 19 7:34 AM
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                Thank you Janet Blakeley re: To find old messages:



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