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From: NextGenInvest3/21/2021 5:48:07 PM
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I came here following Chowder. Can you please upgrade me to member?

Thanks!

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From: Mollysdad3/22/2021 4:04:25 PM
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I came here from Seeking Alpha following Mr. Chowder.

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To: SI Ron (Colonel Sammy) who wrote (904)3/23/2021 4:02:11 AM
From: Michael25
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I also came from Seeking Alpha. Please upgrade me to a member.

Thanks

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From: aimixgrupo3/24/2021 5:20:54 AM
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- The Performance Label - This can help in selecting the type of mixer host. Activities such as water conservancy projects should select a twin shaft forced concrete mixer type. What's more, the cement silo and also the concrete batching machine should be chosen dependant upon the varieties of concrete materials.

- The amount of Concrete Involved and Construction Period - Just in case you're operating on the site that needs one-time pouring of concrete in massive quantities, with higher-quality requirements, and absence of a concrete batching plant around, the optimal option would be two sets of small-sized batching plants.

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To: Honey_Bee who wrote (1119)3/24/2021 10:33:51 PM
From: street cynic
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Honey Bee,

Thanks for the tip! It sounds like a great way to distinguish between "read" and "unread" posts. Unfortunately, there is no "pink" in my message lists :( Perhaps there is a toggle somewhere?

I have a couple other questions. Since I don't expect you to become my personal escort here feel free to move on and let someone else answer. But I can't resist asking you this question: Can you tell me what the hexagonal icon means at the end of some message (post) headers in the message lists? It looks like a worker bee cell in a bee hive frame! Serious question, but couldn't resist asking someone named "Honey Bee" :)

Last question. Is there some way to find all replies made to me in one place, irregardless of the thread or forum? (This would be handy to have when you want to reread a reply but don't remember the thread or forum.) Or is the list of replies question specific or forum specific?

Thanks again for your willingness to help.

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To: street cynic who wrote (1126)3/25/2021 9:28:35 AM
From: PineValley
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I can answer 2 of those

Can you tell me what the hexagonal icon means at the end of some message (post) headers in the message lists?
STOP sign - end of message - so you don't need to click on that actual message you are reading the entire message

Is there some way to find all replies made to me in one place, irregardless of the thread or forum?
That would be your Mail box - up top - it shows the number of replies to your messages.

You may have Public replies and you may have private messages, only to you, that no one else sees

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To: street cynic who wrote (1126)3/25/2021 11:42:15 AM
From: Honey_Bee
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Hi Street Cynic....

The blue and pink colors are the messages that you see when you look at the whole page of messages - that differentiates between read and unread messages.

About the hexagon icon, I see that Pine Valley answered that one.

Last question about all replies in one place: To my knowledge, there is not a simple list of them, but if you look under the "MAIL" icon at the top of the page (next to the SI icon), you will see all of your replies listed there individually - in the drop-down menu. You can then click on the link for each reply and it will take you to it - wherever it is.

I hope I have been able to help. IMO, SI is the most convenient and user-friendly site there is on the internet.

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To: street cynic who wrote (1126)3/26/2021 9:18:23 AM
From: Graystone
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Look in Mail > Inbox then Deleted/Sent
or
Going gone gone

As soon as you read any message it is gone from your Inbox.
When you Reply to a Private Message your Reply is moved into the Sent folder.
This only happens to Private messages though.

Public messages are right where they were posted.
To review messages to you that are Public, look at your own Profile.
Look at your own posts and review the Replies hyperlink.
You can reread the last 50 or so messages you have posted right there. (I think it is 50 and I refuse to count)
A greater number than 50 are also linked and can also be accessed.
There is a hyperlinked number beside the Subjects where you have last posted.
Those hyperlinks are to your posts on that subject listed chronologically. A Next button is included.
Older content you have posted is not always on the list of Subjects.
That list of Subjects is chronological so older material falls off and there is no easy way to find it.
The posts are still there mind you, and the material can be found, it is never gone.
I am not sure if anyone has discovered their own old posts by running for public office but I wouldn't rule it out.
I used to be able to read every post I had written on SI by just using AltaVista.

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From: Meggie153/29/2021 10:38:13 PM
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Hi Ron! Thanks for doing this. I came from SA and would like to be upgraded!

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From: anttheman4/2/2021 6:29:41 PM
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Hi Ron! Thanks for doing this. I came from SA and would like to be upgraded!

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