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saffire_100
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 Posted: Wed Sep 16th, 2009 03:39 pm
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Hello:

It seems that some of the older posts are not available any longer?

I can not locate the post that was started by Joe and was regarding rehabilitating his older Arab.

I am also unable to find the post where Dr. Deb describes how to build a drum?

I thought there used to be a link to the archives, but I can't locate the link anywhere.

Thanks in advance if someone can help me out.

Sarah

 

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 Posted: Wed Sep 16th, 2009 03:54 pm
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I have had trouble finding old threads using the search function, but if I select "popular" and then go back through the pages, the topic will sometimes jump out at me--or, if I knew who was key in the conversation, I will click on "Members" on the forum page, go to that person's name, and click on "posts" to look for it.  Here is where Allen Pogue gave excellent directions for a circus drum:

http://esiforum.mywowbb.com/view_topic.php?id=85&forum_id=1&jump_to=869#p869

saffire_100
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 Posted: Wed Sep 16th, 2009 04:34 pm
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Thank you very much.  The drum post is very helpful.

I don't think that the search function is working properly, as I did the search again for 'drum' and the results only go back to June/09.

I did go back and look at ALL of Joe's posts and can't find the one about rehabbing his horse.

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 Posted: Wed Sep 16th, 2009 05:27 pm
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http://esiforum.mywowbb.com/forum1/204.html

saffire_100
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 Posted: Wed Sep 16th, 2009 05:29 pm
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Thank you both for your help. :)

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 Posted: Wed Sep 16th, 2009 11:24 pm
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Hi everyone,

The best way to search for terms within a website that doesn't have a search function is through Google Advanced Search.

Go to http://www.google.com, click "Advanced Search" and type in the word/s you want to search for. Under "Search within a site or domain:" enter the site you want to search within. In this case it is: http://esiforum.mywowbb.com.

Emma.


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