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Hi everyone,

I seem to have a little problem which I already had a couple of months ago.

The thing is that I can’t review my old posts. When I unfold my notifications, I can scroll down and see some of the posts, but when I go to my profile and type in a word to find a specific post, nothing comes out. The search engine only finds five of my newest posts.

When I informed you about it the last time, you told me that more people were experiencing the same problem and you fixed it.

I just wanted to ask you for help again.

Thank you so much.

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Post problems with the website in the "help" forum.

The on-site search engine has known problems.

I use google advanced search.

https://www.google.com/advanced_search

Put your userid and key words in the search box, and "www.englishforums.com" in the site / domain box.

Then try our new domain "www.englishforward.com"

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The problem is that I don’t know where to find my user ID. Thank you for suggesting it though. I hope that the search engine will get fixed soon.
Ann225The problem is that I don’t know where to find my user ID.

Your user ID is "Ann225."

I tried that but I still didn’t find the posts I was looking for. Only some of them.

Do you think that the search engine on this website will work again?

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Ann225Do you think that the search engine on this website will work again?

I would not hold my breath. It has never worked very well.

Which post or topic are you looking for?

The last time it stopped working, somebody managed to fix it. Perhaps it will work out this time as well.

It’s two posts actually. In one of them I used the word ‘slab’. I was referring to an article I read about swimming in cold water. The author basically compared his feet or maybe hands (I’m not sure) to slabs of ice or something like that.

The other is a mixture of more questions, but the one I want to review one more time deals with the phrase ‘stand for election’.

Thank you for your time. Emotion: smile