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Sun Mar 20, 2011 1:55 am
TeenWRiTER says...



I saved a draft but can't figure out how to recover and comtinue writing. Does anyone know how???? Help me please I'm new. . . :?: :?: :?:
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Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:00 am
Nate says...



Here you go:
ucp.php?i=main&mode=drafts

To find it in the future, click on 'My YWS' then look for the 'Manage Drafts' link on the left hand side.
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Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:01 am
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Thank you soo much
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Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:05 am
Rosendorn says...



You can also go to the location you originally wrote the reply/post, whether or not it was the first post of a thread or not. If it was a new thread, go to the forum and click "new reply" to get the text back. You'll need to retitle the work, as the title isn't saved, but the text should still be there.

If it's a reply to a thread, then just go to the thread and hit "reply". The text will be there.
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