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Old 03-09-2018, 12:56 PM   #1
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Forum page 2?

So on the main Tile forum at the top right there is a "page 1 of 7" thing you can click to get to page 2 and 3, etc. On this forum I don't see that. How do you get to page 2?
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I think it has to do with how old the posts are. So the really busy forums will have several pages because of the constant daily traffic, while the others that don't have as much traffic might just have a few topics over the same period of time and will fit on one page as the older topics drop off.

If there's something specific you're looking for i would recommend using the advanced search feature.
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At the bottom see "display options. Click the drop-down box to the right and choose "beginning." Then say "show threads." That will give you everything back to, well, the beginning -- the year 2000.
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