Author Topic: Consider a new category for comments/help with the Forums  (Read 6445 times)

Offline 8wheels

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Consider a new category for comments/help with the Forums
« on: April 01, 2006, 02:13:51 PM »
Phil, excellent job. I know you're pleased with moving away from the stone age.

Feedback: Links should be highlighted with a different color. See a post I made here. « that was a link, which is not obvious.

You might want a seperate category for posts like this one to not clutter the main board with board 'help'.

Offline DrivingMissLazy

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Re: Consider a new category for comments/help with the Forums
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2006, 06:02:08 PM »
I agree. I think there should be some sticky topics that maybe give instructions on the use of the board or things to avoid such as for sale items and general topics that rarely change. This would be primarily for the newcomers. Then a general discussion topic for all other conversations.
Richard

Funny. I just tried the Google spell check on this post and I had a couple of typo's. However, it would just highlight them and then disappear so that I could not easily make the corrections.
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Re: Consider a new category for comments/help with the Forums
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2006, 07:18:14 PM »
I agree. I think there should be some sticky topics that maybe give instructions on the use of the board or things to avoid such as for sale items and general topics that rarely change. This would be primarily for the newcomers. Then a general discussion topic for all other conversations.
Richard

Funny. I just tried the Google spell check on this post and I had a couple of typo's. However, it would just highlight them and then disappear so that I could not easily make the corrections.

That's a good suggestion - That topic isn't covered anywhere yet.

Thanks Richard, Phil
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