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Old Dec 26, 2004, 7:56 AM   #1
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when you go into your account and want to delete some of the watched topics you have to tick each box before removing. Is there any way that this can be changed to a choice of"select all" or "tick a single box"??? My hand got sore after the first 5 pages and I gave up:-)
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Old Dec 26, 2004, 8:13 AM   #2
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Not that I'm aware of (but perhaps Steve or someone else knows an easier way).

You can check many boxes at once before using the Remove Button.
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Old Dec 26, 2004, 8:37 AM   #3
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yes I know but you have to go through and tick them all separately. It would be good if you could have a system like yahoo mail where you click on delete all and it automatically ticks all boxes and deletes:-)
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Personally, I don't see where it really hurts anything leaving all of my posts the Watched Topics list (other than I've got e-mail notification turned on, so my inbox gets hit a lot). ;-)

Some sites do this automatically (maintain a list of threads you've participated in), with no way to remove threads from the list.

Most threads usually last a limited amount of time before they become inactive anyway. So, it's not like they hurt anything by being in the list. Having them there is actually nice from my perspective, since if a post is made much later in a thread I've participated in,I'll see it move to the top of the list again. Otherwise, it would be too difficult trying to keep track of threads I'm interested in, searching for them to see if anything new has been added.






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Ok, was just thinking that it would fill up at some stage and need to be emptied
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