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    Settings?

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    There used to be a link called "settings" in the upper left that too you to a page that displayed new posts in threads that you had posted to be able see if anyone has posted in thread you wrote in…now its gone…can you bring it back? there is no no way to see that now…of if there is I haven't found it.
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    Hi rokshana,

    We're sorry for the inconvenience you have experienced. We just got it back for you. It's now "User Control Panel". To access it, you just need to mouse over on your username on the blue floating bar on top. Then click on the link "User Control Panel". Thanks for your report. It makes valuemd.com more useful and easier to use for everybody.

    Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or need anything else.

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