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Railroader

Working on a project I have issued questions concerning parts of the project. When the last part of the project has got its answer I would like to collect the questions I have issued.
The problem is that lots of questions have been issued by other Forum members.
The little symbol indicating "my question" is easy to miss scanning numerous of pages of questions.

Any tip?
Use Your knowledge. If that's not enough, look for education.
Having knowledge, think outside the box to gain more of it. Only trains run like the train, on the rails. The rest run between the rails.

pert

Here's how you can find your previous posts:
  • Hover the mouse pointer over your avatar in the top right corner of any arduino.cc page.
  • Click "Profile".
  • Click "Forum Settings > Edit".
  • Click "Show Posts".

Railroader

Thanks a lot!
Exactly what I was searching.

Do I have to use that navigation each time I wish to se this list?
Any way to make a short way?
Saving Your answer is the bottom level….
Use Your knowledge. If that's not enough, look for education.
Having knowledge, think outside the box to gain more of it. Only trains run like the train, on the rails. The rest run between the rails.

pert


vinceherman


Railroader

Bookmarks I've heard of. Just, how to do it in Win10 and in the Arduino world?
I just tried but can't find the key to click on.

Use Your knowledge. If that's not enough, look for education.
Having knowledge, think outside the box to gain more of it. Only trains run like the train, on the rails. The rest run between the rails.

pert

It's not a matter of Windows or Arduino. It's about your web browser. Every browser has multiple ways to create bookmarks but they're probably all a bit different so it depends on which browser you use.

On Firefox, I can click the star button on the URL bar, I can use the Bookmarks > Bookmark This Page menu, or I can use the Ctrl+D keyboard shortcut.

Railroader

Yes, You are fully right. I use both Explorer and the new one, Edge, I think it is.
Saving the wanted page works until Windows issues an update…. Saving the Email containing the link to Your tip looks like the best I can do for now.
Use Your knowledge. If that's not enough, look for education.
Having knowledge, think outside the box to gain more of it. Only trains run like the train, on the rails. The rest run between the rails.

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