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    "What's Happening Now" VS "See all Discussions"
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    BrenBren30813 posted:
    When you first visit this page, you are in the "What's Happening Now", which will display recent discussions AND tips. If you select the "See All Discussions" link at any time during your session, the Tips will not display in that view.

    Just to let you know, because I have posted new threads in the Tips category recently, and they will not show up in the "See All DIscussions" categroy.

    Confused yet???
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