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Fast & Dirty
2009 Forester XT 4 speed auto
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Hello.

Would it be possible to add folders to a journal?

Example:

subieoutlaw's journal

then folders:

Wheel folder
Roof racket folder


This would allow me to update a specific journal not just add to the long list of journal enteries.

Cheers
 

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admin
2019 3.6R & 98 Forester Atlanta, GA
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I don't think that is supported by vBulletin. You could make sub journal entries (threads) then add links from your main thread. You would then want to add links from the sub journal threads back to the main thread. This idea is probably staring to get too complicated.

Hello.

Would it be possible to add folders to a journal?

Example:

subieoutlaw's journal

then folders:

Wheel folder
Roof racket folder


This would allow me to update a specific journal not just add to the long list of journal enteries.

Cheers
 

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Administrator
2007 Forester Sports XT 4EAT
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I made one post in my Member Journal a "Table of Contents". That way I can add a link there to the new posts within my journal. :wink:

Table of Contents

Bobby...
 

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Fast & Dirty
2009 Forester XT 4 speed auto
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^ holy crap Bobby.

My wife gives me the gears already for the time I spend on the forum. If I began to undertake that project....she would take my macbook away.
 

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Administrator
2007 Forester Sports XT 4EAT
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This ^^^^ is clever,
bravo.
Thanks! I figured if I didn't do that, it would be very difficuilt to find specific posts within my journal, since there are lots of posts in between my journal additions. :smile:

Bobby...
 

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admin
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^ holy crap Bobby.

My wife gives me the gears already for the time I spend on the forum. If I began to undertake that project....she would take my macbook away.
It really isn't that difficuilt to do. Once you get the hang of it, you can type in the links manually, which I find easier than using the forum editor. :wink:

Bobby...
 

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The Sub kit guy
2005 Forester X & XT VF39
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Thats how I did it. I listed my mods, and you can click the title of each section to jump right to that area.
 
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