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Cathy Drappier

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The past week or so I've noticed that instead of seeing the date of the last post in a message, there's a bunch of numbers instead. I don't think it's just me because it's happening on all our computers here, PC and Mac. Any ideas? I tried to insert a screen shot but it's just not going to let me.

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Cathy

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I've noticed the numbers in place of a date too and thought it was just my computer since there hasn't been any other mention of it.

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Oh good, Jenny, I'm glad I'm not the only one. I miss the date because I could tell if a thread is current. Nothing like reading about a seminar coming up only to realize it was for last year! Hopefully this isn't a permanent change though!

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