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Really simple question but I can't seem to find answer.

Often in a discussion I'll see something like "See response in post #9 ".  How does one find the post number?

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ahha,

Alas, the forum software stopped giving post numbers quite a few updates ago. Jon managed to create a workaround for while, but further updates made even that too difficult. 

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The person refering to a post could rightclick the "Posted" time of the post and copy and paste the link to it. like if I rightclick jquinch's "Posted 33 minutes ago" and copy the link...

https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/207407-post-how-to-locate/?do=findComment&comment=1495577

..it jumps to his post when clicked.

 

Some guy's script + some other guy's script = my script!

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