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crissorrir
Brazil

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I started a new forum and got 2 useful answers but after I read them it desappeared (my subscribed theads icon) and Iīll need (to read) the advices in some days. what happened? how can I get it back?

4 Apr 2012      



ueslteacher
Ukraine

"My subscribed threads" is on your left under the heading "What īs hot?" and it īs now called "My followed topics"
Sophia

4 Apr 2012     



ascincoquinas
Portugal

HI!

On your left - below your avatar - there is a topic saying:
 
 What īs hot? then  My followed topics. There you could find your subscribed threads.

4 Apr 2012     



ueslteacher
Ukraine

Wasn īt that what I īve just said?
Sophia

4 Apr 2012     



ascincoquinas
Portugal

Hi Sophia!
 
Sorry but i guessed we typed at the same time. TOUCHÉ LOL
 
 
P.s - itīs called telekinisis....i believeWink

4 Apr 2012     



MoodyMoody
United States

I think it īs probably coincidence. Telekinesis would be Sophia typing on ascincoquinas īs keyboard without hacking or apps.

4 Apr 2012     



ascincoquinas
Portugal

Hi Moody!
 
You have just made me laugh. Good theory.Tongue

4 Apr 2012     



MoodyMoody
United States

Romance languages and English use the prefix tele- for so many words it īs hard to keep up with them. Tele-, of course, is far, and -kine- is move, so telekinesis is movement from a distance, usually thought to be through mental effort. If there are any comic geeks out there, Jean Grey from the X-Men is a very powerful telekinetic.
 
If you really wanted a tele- word, maybe telepathy, or the ability to mentally communicate over long distances.
 
I īm happy I made you laugh. I live to serve.

4 Apr 2012     



crissorrir
Brazil

Tongue
thank you very much (both you you)!
Hugs from Brazil!Smile

5 Apr 2012