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    Lost a post - help in finding it?

    Hi,
    Sorry to be a pest, but just a few days ago, I thought I came across a recent posting which included grawings of a fowler flap in various stages of extension. I thought - ah - I need to bookmark this - and didn't. Now I have no idea where to find it. Does anyone remember the post?

    Duncan

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    Re: Lost a post - help in finding it?

    OK - next best thing... How do I search all messages posted on the forum from the past few days? I've tried to specify a date range in the search criterea, but it demands at least one key word - and I can't for the life of me remember what the text said.

    Duncan

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    Re: Lost a post - help in finding it?

    Not a standard feature here but can be added. I've seen it on some other forums. Should be a simple addition (famous last words). I'll see what I can do.

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    Re: Lost a post - help in finding it?

    Thanks, mate

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