Some January Posts no longer exists?

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mikosiko
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Some January Posts no longer exists?

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@Admins:

Today I tried to read the Vladsun's post MVC in JS (ExtJS) under Coding Critique posted by him on January 13 2011 and is not showing anything... I just get the message "No posts exist inside this topic for the selected time frame.".. no matter if I choose a time frame or not I got the same message....

You guys did some clean-up/archive?.... same happens with other January posts
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Moved to PHPDN-Suggestions.
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Weirdan wrote:viewtopic.php?f=50&t=126662 - this one?
that is one... no showing nothing....
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mikosiko wrote:that is one... no showing nothing....
What do you mean? The link doesn't work for you or what?

Edit: Ah, I see. Your account preferences limit what you see to posts no older than a month. Go to User Control Panel / Board preferences / Edit display options and set 'Display topics / posts from previous days' to 'All topics / posts'
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thank you... that did it.... good to know that the profile setup supersede the option that you see at the bottom of the posting screen which make you believe that you can choose the range of posts to look/search at anytime
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