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Old 11-28-06, 10:13 AM   #1
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All pages of a thread on one web page?

Because of the recent crash we realize how easily information can be lost and there are a few threads that would be a shame to lose. Is there a way of viewing all the pages of a thread on one webpage? Then someone can just save that one page and in case of a crash that information could be archived somewhere.

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Old 11-28-06, 03:19 PM   #2
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Because of the recent crash we realize how easily information can be lost and there are a few threads that would be a shame to lose. Is there a way of viewing all the pages of a thread on one webpage? Then someone can just save that one page and in case of a crash that information could be archived somewhere.

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I do belive you can increase the limit but depending on the size not view it all.

We do have a copy of the data however did not roll back, see Forums for the explination.
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How do you increase the limit? I tried playing with the url but couldn't get it to increase at all.

I saw the explanation - but if everything is copied to the server and the server actually does crash hard then many threads could be lost. Unless the copy is downloaded off site somewhere?

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Old 12-05-06, 11:38 AM   #4
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I'm bumping this because I'm finding a bunch of threads that I would have saved were lost. If there's a way of getting even a few pages at once to show up please let me know, thanks!! For some threads that are 30-60 pages long it would be really nice to display 10 at a time, save, and keep that record someplace.

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No problem, but again there are some really good threads that I personally would like to save and keep it as a sort of archive for anyone else that would want it.

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RE: increasing the number of threads on one page: go to User Control Panel (upper right corner of BF window), click Edit Options on the left, scroll down to "Thread Display Options" and choose the number of threads you want to see per page. Max is 30, I believe, but even that helps somewhat.

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