Joined: 31 Aug 2008
Posted: Mon Aug 01, 2022 8:44 pm
Post subject: Help German and Latin
Could someone please show me how to view all the pictures I sent to be translated? Yes, I know it is probably right in front of me, but ........ I can list my replies to the translators, but not my original pics.
SophiaPO Top Contributor
Joined: 05 Oct 2014
Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2022 5:14 am
Post subject: Re: Help German and Latin
|Louie wrote: |
|Could someone please show me how to view all the pictures I sent to be translated? Yes, I know it is probably right in front of me, but ........ I can list my replies to the translators, but not my original pics.
Hi Louie! Good to see you again.
Yes, you can get to all the pictures/documents you posted. Here is how.
I'm sure you already found, near the top of the forum page, the symbol of the magnifying glass with the word "search."
[Additional note: I don't mean the white search box in the upper right-hand corner. I mean the one in the line of choices beneath the words PolishOrigins Forum, where there is FAQ, then Search, then Memberlist, etc.)
Open that Search.
Where it allows you to "Search For Author," enter "Louie" in the search box.
Farther down on that page, for "Display Results As", it has automatically selected "Topics" but you should switch that to "Replies."
Now click on "Search."
Up comes a long list of your forum entries.
Here is one example:
PostForum: Research in Poland Posted: Mon May 31, 2021 6:36 pm Subject: Latin and/or German and/or Polish Help (Zuzanna Woloszyk) Oh, boy. Here I go!
Top: I have baptized the infant
Left page , third from the bottom
Pogu ... Topic: Latin records translations Louie"
When you actually do this, you will see that certain parts of this are highlighted in red. What you want to click on is the highlighted subject (in this case, it was Latin and/or German and/or Polish Help (Zuzanna Woloszyk)). Just to emphasize, it must be the highlighted SUBJECT that you click on, not any of the other highlighted stuff.
Once you do that, it takes you to your original post. From there, you can copy your attachment.
Let me know if this works for you.
Joined: 31 Aug 2008
Posted: Thu Aug 04, 2022 8:29 am
My brain never registered the word "search" colored in red. (At least I was correct in guessing that the answer was right in front of me.)
As always, thank you for your kind help.