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Old 24-02-2009, 07:29 PM
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Does anyone know a shortcut to only show you all the results from the current day?
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Havent tried it but give this a go.

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I can't seem to get it to work. I don't see where in the url the instruction for 'today' appears. I will keep playing around with it.
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I have just tried and its not very clear is it...couldnt get it to work either. Let me know if you do and I will keep trying
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I have concluded that the easiest option is just to edit the last digit or 2 in the default url.
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I signed up for this, but don't know where to put the darn code (is there a scratching the head icon on the right)
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What's it supposed to do?
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