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    Question post new thread

    In the new forum users, there a section to post a new thread
    I don't see it in the other forums. I'm I not seeing it?

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    Cool Re: post new thread

    Quote Originally Posted by amasella
    In the new forum users, there a section to post a new thread
    I don't see it in the other forums. I'm I not seeing it?
    make sure you're in a forum, rather than just a category pointing to forums. (did that make sense?)
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    Smile Re: post new thread

    Thanks, now that makes sense!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amasella
    Thanks, now that makes sense!
    woohoo! something I said made sense I'm going to celebrate in honor of this moment... ~misty eyes~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer
    woohoo! something I said made sense I'm going to celebrate in honor of this moment... ~misty eyes~
    Don't hurt yourself.
    If you have a technical question, please find the appropriate forum and ask it there.
    You will get a quicker response from your fellow AUGI members than if you sent it to me via a PM or email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer
    woohoo! something I said made sense I'm going to celebrate in honor of this moment... ~misty eyes~
    Here's a tissue...
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    Default Re: post new thread

    when replying, Should I use "quick reply to this message" or "post reply", does it make a difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amasella
    when replying, Should I use "quick reply to this message" or "post reply", does it make a difference?
    it's a matter of preference. with the quick reply, you don't get the wysiwyg interface like you do with a 'post reply' or 'quote' (if you have your control panel set to show it anyway).
    I know I preferred to do the quick reply when accessing via dialup because it doesn't bring up a new page like 'post reply' does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer
    woohoo! something I said made sense I'm going to celebrate in honor of this moment... ~misty eyes~
    Even a blind squirrel...
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    Default Re: post new thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer
    it's a matter of preference. with the quick reply, you don't get the wysiwyg interface like you do with a 'post reply' or 'quote' (if you have your control panel set to show it anyway).
    I know I preferred to do the quick reply when accessing via dialup because it doesn't bring up a new page like 'post reply' does.
    Wanderer hits two out of the park in one thread!
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