How do I report of post?

The third post in this thread by JackNaylorPE is some type of spam!

Also, I'm getting http://s1.postimage.org/bUsEr.jpg above the top right corner of a thread. does this mean that my posts are automatically being flagged?


Lastly, I couldn't find a way to search this category, I usually search before posting.
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  1. Hi,

    Those two icons mean that you are setup to receive e-mail notifications and flag notifications (in the forums) for that post. You can toggle that setting by clicking on either one of the images. The x will then disappear.

    As of now, there is no way to do a category specific search. I believe some users have developed a workaround. Hopefully one of them will answer this thread :)

    Thanks,
    Justin
  2. Advice Pro said:
    The third post in this thread by JackNaylorPE is some type of spam!


    Click on the "Report" button in the line with the user's name... (see picture above :D )
  3. How do I subscribe to a thread without contributing adding a post?

    And what's up with the first link in this thread:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/234399-49-close-computers-aware
  4. Advice Pro said:
    How do I subscribe to a thread without contributing adding a post?

    Just click on the email notification button when it has no X. You can't flag a post you haven't responded to, although it will get an automatic red flag to show that you've read it. Instead of flagging it you can add it as a "favourite" or "bookmark" (the heart button) and it will show when you click on the "Show my favourite topics" button on the forum home page.

    Advice Pro said:
    And what's up with the first link in this thread:

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/234399-49-close-computers-aware

    That thread is from 2007, when the forum used a different URL (forumz.tomhardware.com). Those old links no longer work.
  5. Quote:
    The third post in this thread by JackNaylorPE is some type of spam!


    What? Paranoia can be becoming, but not in you're case.
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