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Old 09-16-2010, 07:48 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Hugh Wyn Griffith View Post
I've just fired up my second desktop and booted it to Windows 7 32 bit so it's IE 8 with different hardware including graphic chip .... and I still don't see the thread tree in this one thread when I'm in Threaded Mode but I do see it in Hybrid mode, just exactly as before on the other PC with XP Pro and different graphics chip etc ....

Not to flog a dead horse but Just the facts, Mam ....
I am completely mystified. Only this thread? All the others work as advertised?

Does it matter when/how you get to Threaded View? While looking, or at the end of the day, etc.?

Maybe we should ask for more experimenters. But first I will break this discussion off into its own thread. Then you can see if that one also fails to display the thread tree. If so, we will ask others to look. (You could also come back to the original thread to see if it is this threadlet that causes the problem.)

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