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Online OldPilotTopic starter

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Forum-Info Re: Forum workings
« Reply #40 on: February 19, 2011, 02:22:42 PM »
We have been working on the forum in case anyone has noticed.
Almost all the locked threads are now in the archives.

We may be making some other organization changes to the forum.
Mostly for ease of use and cosmetic.

I am trying to link most people threads together, if anyone closes a thread and opens a new one please link them together or notify a moderator to help you. Also lock your old threads when you are done with them.

Avatars may need to be re-loaded if you have a custom avatar.
When RCR re-installed some forum software, we may have lost custom Avatars.

Please note earlier in this thread about keeping thread size at 100 posts.

Thanks everyone for your cooperation.

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Re: Forum workings
« Reply #41 on: February 21, 2011, 04:59:40 AM »
Avatars may need to be re-loaded if you have a custom avatar.
When RCR re-installed some forum software, we may have lost custom Avatars.

Yes we are still getting logged out involuntarily.
Bear with us as this is some sort of forum glitch.

If you are posting and it happens you can try hitting the back button and you might still be able to regain your post.
Then you can copy and paste it after you log in.

Or just copy all posts before you press the POST button just in case.... :) :)

Any questions????

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Re: Forum workings
« Reply #42 on: April 05, 2011, 05:17:48 AM »
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RCR has asked everyone to keep to one thread until  that thread is 150 posts.. Please help her to maintain this site for us by abiding by those rules.
It also makes it easier on those of us trying to read all these threads and give you advice to stick to this format.

This is in big type and bold so no one will miss it.
Just a suggestion for everyone that is starting a new thread.
After you start it put a link in your old thread and new thead linking the two threads so when we are reading one you can jump to the next one.
You can just copy the URL and paste it on your thread and it will give you the link.

Thanks

Reposting this for newbies and oldies!

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Re: Forum workings
« Reply #43 on: August 30, 2012, 09:31:15 AM »
Just going to post this here so I don't forget.

If you lose the Header on the top of the forum that says
Welcome xxxxx
Show unread posts

There is an arrow ^ in the upper right hand corner of the main page next to a search box - click on that and it will either disasppear or appear as appropriate.

Hope that helps.


Edit - the button is now above the search box on my display at the very top right hand corner of the
forum.

 

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