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Re: Seeing more than 25 most recent posts of someone
Reply #4 - 07/08/13 at 14:16:03
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As I mentioned, I do know how to use Google to search for my posts here, but it provides a random hodge-podge of threads and printable versions of threads in no particular order. I was hoping for a tidy chronological list of links such as is provided by the "most recent posts" feature, the only downside of which is that you can't ask for more than 25 entries. So Tony's response adequately answered my question (not with the result I was hoping for, but one can't have everything).
  
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Re: Seeing more than 25 most recent posts of someone
Reply #3 - 07/08/13 at 13:20:17
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Type this in the Google search box:
dfan site:chesspub.com
  
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Re: Seeing more than 25 most recent posts of someone
Reply #2 - 07/05/13 at 07:44:49
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you could PM them if you are looking for something specific which they wrote about.
  
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Re: Seeing more than 25 most recent posts of someone
Reply #1 - 05/26/13 at 14:09:39
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No, it's not possible as far as I know - the Google solution sounds the best bet.
  
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Seeing more than 25 most recent posts of someone
05/25/13 at 00:34:03
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Given someone's profile, is there a way to look at more than their 25 most recent posts?

In this case I actually am interested in going back through my own history of posts, and can't find a better way to do that than randomly trawling through a Google search.
  
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