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the little briefcase next to the post

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#1 natek


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Posted 08 March 2010 - 07:55 PM

I noticed the little briefcases next to the posts and the little legend at the bottom telling what each are for...but when I look at my post my briefcase has a little white corner on it. When i move my mouse over the briefcase it says no new posts with an asterisk. so the question is, what is the little white corner signifying. the legend does not say. maybe it just means its my post but why not explain that with a little pic in the legend?

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 08:07 PM

Reuse of a graphic I made some time ago

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The white corner you reference is not specifically illustrated but all icons could have them, except moved and locked.
The little white corner means that you specifically have posted either the topic or within the thread.

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