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CADastrophe
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Floated Boards

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07-25-2012 11:26 AM

I have a number of floats, which work well as quick shortcuts. However, when navigating within the forums, my list of floats does not display - they appear only on the Discussion Groups main page. Why don't these display all the time so that I can quickly jump from one forum to the next?

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Re: Floated Boards

07-25-2012 11:55 AM in reply to: CADastrophe

Forums can only be floated on their subcategory page(such as Autocad) and on the main page.

 

I keep a shortcut to the Main page on my browsers navigation bar and drill down from there.

 

For those wondering what a floated forum is you can find a how to thread on floating your often navigated forums

 

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Re: Floated Boards

07-25-2012 12:02 PM in reply to: Discussion_Admin

Discussion_Admin wrote:

"I keep a shortcut to the Main page on my browsers navigation bar and drill down from there."



I've got a shortcut, too, but that's 2 click and 2 page loads as opposed to it being only 1 click and 1 load if they display continuously! Forgive me - just being lazy!

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