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I was wondering. I have been setting my forum options, etc…but haven’t seen a way to say, collapse my posts. Is there a way to do so , so I don’t have to see the whole discussion in my posts area? Is there a way to collapse them into forum catagory to which I posted in?

Thanks a bunch,



You could go to your profile and select ‘Show the last posts of this person’

This will show all the posts you have made with links to the topic.

Is this what you’re after?


Thanks for the reply Mike. Yes and No would be the answer. While you are on the correct show posts part, I was wondering if there was a way to just show the titles with the + expand or some other means of collapsing these posts so I don’t have the whole conversation in that thread, just the title of it. Sort of like,

  • Comodo CFP
  • Beta
  • Bugs
  • topic under bugs

sort of like that.

Thanks, paul

Hi Comicfan2000,

I don’t think there is a way to do what you want to do. I might be wrong but I have been playing with the settings and I don’t see any option for ‘collapsing’ posts according to threads. May be we will have to wait till Comodo have the resources to build their own forum.

Yours truly,

First of all, thanks for the reply. What do you mean by Comodo building their own forum? I mean I can take an obvious guess but this is Comodo correct? Ok, I admit I am a bit confused. ???



Comodo are using SMF’s forum building software. They’re good, but they’re not that good!

Are you?

Hi Paul,

Like Ewen said, Comodo is using SMF’s forum builiding software. Try clicking on the Help button above and you will know what I mean. What I meant by Comodo builiding its own forum is that it wrote its own software from scratch. That way, Comodo can do anything that we users want. :smiley:

Yours truly,

Ahh, ok. Thanks.


Am I that good at what? ??? Geez, did i insult anyone by asking ? Sorry. Just thought it may have been an option i wasn’t seeing. I think I may head back over to Cnet and see what’ going on there.


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One thousand apologies - the “Are you?” was directed at Comodo not you, mate. I was having an apparently too subtle a dig at them.

Mea cullpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa.

Ewen :slight_smile:

Just been looking round the forums having a look, etc. I can’t see anyway to collapse the posts like you want.


I just wanted to state, while it was great of Ewen to apologize, I would like to say that the fault is mine. I am used to being in other forums where one liners, etc…are insults and have to sit back and learn that people on Comodo are not like this. It was me who should apologize for jumping the gun, not Ewen.


Thanks for the help, no there isn’t a way but it is no bother either. I was wondering if I missed something is all. Of anything I miss, I think my mind would be #1, lol. :stuck_out_tongue:

Thanks again,


I guess this is a common problem in the Internet, Paul. We cannot read people’s face expression or other body language so we have to make do with whatever that is posted. I think the best thing to do would be giving people the BoD (Benefit of Doubt). That way, many unwanted conflicts can be avoided. :smiley:

Yours truly,

Yes, I had to learn to do so and in fact sent Ewen another apology. I tried to explain, I have been on other forums for years, mainly Cnet helping others with PC problems etc…and almost always, when you get a comment at the end, etc… it’s usually rude. It’s not the moderators at Cnet but many users and people you try to help and you get used to that type of scenario, defensive if you will. I should have smacked myself in the head and known Ewen wouldn’t do that. The defense mech again. Comodo is far more laid back , yet controlled enough which is great and I have to get used to.
I in fact left behind over two years of Cnet tonight after going there and helping someone and having them say, THIS DISCUSSION IS CLOSED WHAT DON’T YOU UNDERSTAND. And along with that a completely ignorant (supposed helper\member) who I told to shut their ■■■■ hole and tired of dealing with those types of people, I told Cnet goodbye. I now have to adjust to a friendlier environment where things are NOT typically said to hurt or to throw under the breath comments. So I do apologize to anyone if I have mistaken them, I am going through a transistional phase here!! loll. It’s called be serious\have fun and forget the ignorance on other forums.


Good to know that you are trying to change yourself (no hidden meaning). People are usually rude nowadays and with the Internet, it just gets worse. Sometimes I think when we forget politeness and courtesy, we actually forget to respect ourselves. That is when we are filled with all the angst and enmity and we brood. If you look properly, it is those who are filled with anger who suffer the most. Just don’t take things too seriously and we will be a happier person.

Yours truly,

Very nicely put. My philosophy is that while I may have a right to be treated in a certain manner, I have an equal, if not greater, responsibility to treat others in the same vein.

Albert Schweitzer said “We all, as human beings, have an obligation to be of service to those around us every day.” and the last time I checked he was a bucket load of brains in front of me, so I’ll try and stick with his thinking.

ewen :slight_smile:

Um Ewen, you didn’t hit him with your car did you? :smiley:


Thanks for the tips,