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Nathan <ngreco32@gmail.com> wrote in message <bb74889f-42ba-4fe8-9ad5-e66a9f395fc6@glegroupsg2000goo.googlegroups.com>...
> On Friday, June 24, 2011 11:07:04 AM UTC-7, Roger Stafford wrote:
> >   Nathan, when you respond to a thread you should include your response in the thread itself rather than starting a brand new thread, as you have done here.  Otherwise people will not be able to understand what you are talking about.
> > Roger Stafford
> 
> Hm. I guess google group's "new" view doesn't work correctly with TMW newsgroup?
> 
> The post that I was responding to, which you also happened to respond to, resides here: https://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.soft-sys.matlab/svRCviX2nX0/discussion
> 
> I KNOW not to start new threads when responding to a prior thread. I've been posting here for two years (not entirely consistently, however). (I hope this response doesn't post a new thread, but if it does, I am sorry. I am using google groups and something must have changed.)
> 
> -Nathan
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  I'm sorry about that, Nathan.  After posting that admonition Friday, I got to wondering if something like that might be true.

  Yes, on the Matlab Newsreader, the two threads appeared separately at numbers 309700 and 309706.  This thread I am replying to now is also separate at number 309795.  Yet the Google thread at:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp.soft-sys.matlab/browse_frm/thread/b2f442be25f69d7d/c997cc5fab04c564?q=group:comp.soft-sys.matlab+insubject:Matlab+insubject:code+insubject:error

contains the contents of both 309700 and 309706, so something is haywire somewhere between Google Groups and Matlab Newsreader.

Roger Stafford