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    Default Auto save

    How do I find and access the auto save feature for posting?
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    Default Re: Auto save

    I can't help you where to find the feature or option controls, but can tell you that I notice it automatically working in the background. While typing a post, I see the "auto save" message appear in the lower right corner of the reply box. Just saw it again as I typed this reply

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    Default Re: Auto save

    Quote Originally Posted by TCBoomer View Post
    I can't help you where to find the feature or option controls, but can tell you that I notice it automatically working in the background. While typing a post, I see the "auto save" message appear in the lower right corner of the reply box. Just saw it again as I typed this reply
    Yes, I see that all the time also, but it would be nice to access the saved want to be post. I get side tracked or the cat steps on the keyboard and what I have written is gone.
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    Default Re: Auto save

    So I'm assuming that the auto save feature is just something else in the new program that is just there, but is not really of any use.
    Brian
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    Default Re: Auto save

    Quote Originally Posted by MtnViewRanch View Post
    How do I find and access the auto save feature for posting?
    Here's one way that it can be accessed -- there may be others.

    Start a thread reply.
    Switch to another URL.
    Return to the original thread's URL and select the "Reply" icon.

    Steve

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