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Title: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on August 17, 2007, 08:03:22 pm
Just what it says. :) If you have a question about the forum and need a hand with something, post in here. Some members have more experience with using forums where others don't have as much and could use a hand. We all start somewhere. So come in with your questions and some one will be able to hopefully give you an answer.

ETA: I'm trying to figure out some of the features so I'll use this as a practice thread so I don't screw up the formatting of the other threads. :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on August 18, 2007, 12:07:19 am
This is less question than comment.  I don't know if it's software, TLC, or the fact that the site is still relatively under used, but THIS THING ROCKS!  I've only been on the web since about Aug. 3, & spend most of my time on Baen's bar.  They haven't got ha- no, a quarter of the handy features you do.  Lots of topics, but it's a whole freaking publishing house, fer cryin' out loud.  There aren't even italics over there.  And no summary of the comments that came before on the page of the thread you're following.  (Try putting the name of the person whose previous post you're quoting on there some time, yeesh.)  And seeing who else is currently in the house?  Nifty-doodle!  I've been running back & forth between threads having 2 different conversations with the same person (who lives in the same state as me, curiously enough) all evening, but try to figure out where in a thread his latest post is?  Huh, I don't think so.  And no telling who's lurking in the dark corners.  (A nervous glance over a shoulder.  "They're infested with dragons & garden gnomes over there, you know.")  :)  (I don't mind the dragons per se, but you have to keep an eye out for fire.)
So, I'm ecstatic with the product here.  Some day I may even figure out all the cool stuff you can let me do here without crashing anything.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Grey Drakkon on August 18, 2007, 02:50:37 pm
Yeah these boards are pretty clean and easy to figure out, there's a LOT of different types of boards and some of them seemed designed to make things difficult on ya. :P
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on August 26, 2007, 10:29:57 pm
Hey, I came up with 2 questions!
1. What defines a 'sticky topic'?
2. what does it mean when there's a smiley face in the list of thread names, 2nd box from left when you go into a category, like 'Whatever'?
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on August 26, 2007, 11:29:06 pm
I did a sticky topic in the Mercy's World section with the Pack thread. It's like if you pin it at the top of the page...it won't move from that position. Usually the topics shift depending on new posts. The most active threads are at the top of the page. I wanted this particular thread to stay at the top more for reference because most of the other threads in that section refer to it. No other reason than that. :)

About the smileys. You can change the message icon when you create a topic or respond to a post. I did a question mark on this one. And it shows up beside the subject line of my response. If I had used it when I created the thread it would have been where you saw the smilies. There are a variety of different images in the icons pull down that you can use. Some refer to the nature of the post...others are arbitrary. :)

Hope that helps.


Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on August 30, 2007, 07:14:33 am
Thank you for the earlier answers.  Came up with another question.  Roaming the other SF site I frequent, I noticed that at some point the administrator chops off some of the older posts, & that by & by threads that aren't active fall off as well. 
This forum is new enough that there isn't that kind of crowding, but it'll get there.  How is it going to be handled?
One thing I've noticed yonder is that the original post gets the chop, & that can make the title of the thread misleading, when the topic has drifted from the one stated.  It would be especially confusing for the online games in 'Whatever', 'Blatant Lies' and '^<V'.
Don't know if you'd want to just keep the opening posts or do come kind of summary, quoting the opening & giving an overview of the responses to the point that the retained posts begin again.
Thought I'd mention it so the administration can talk it over, maybe experiment before you're faced with a necessity.
Thank you all again for all the work & kindness in dealing with this. ::)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Mike Briggs on August 30, 2007, 07:45:47 am
I haven't played with it much, but the configuration menu has options to automatically delete posts older than X days, drop threads that have been inactive for X days etc.  I believe this can be configured per-board as well.  Definitely something I'll need to look at.  I also need to do a bunch of customizing on these forums, which I haven't learned how to do yet.  The good news is that I'm quitting a full-time plus job as a computer nerd, so (once I have a little time) I should be able to figure this out pretty easily.   You're right though, the forums are not well configured and they're running on auto-pilot at the moment, so I need to get busy! :P
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on August 30, 2007, 06:56:45 pm
Mike, I'm looking forward to seeing how you rearrange and customize things. :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Grey Drakkon on August 30, 2007, 08:43:23 pm
I figure once the game threads get too bulky (like 60+ pages, that's normally when dial-up users have problems) I'll lock the old threads, and re-start them with the explanation and the last post on them. 
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on September 05, 2007, 08:50:27 pm
In response to Grey Drakkon's last message, I'd like to say; Sixty pages? :o
But that should probably do it.  I've noticed that a lot of people come straight in to the last post or last page of posts without reading what came before.

On a different matter, is there a way in the software that you can direct a newcomer to the main part of the site, so they can get a list of Mrs. Briggs' existing works?  I've seen a couple of people posting in with something like "oh, I love Mercy, I'm so glad I found her, I wish there were other books by this author."  And the older hands jump in and say, 'gee, she's got around a dozen books out, you maybe missed them because. . . '  And they run off to find them somewhere else, in google or whatever.  MachineMaiden was just posting that she found a copy of Masques for 'only' $35.00, bent spine, library stamp, and all.

And I'm still rooting for making a seperate deal to re-sell Masques as a YA, with both an assurance that the sequel will be produced as time allows, & a list (with possible teaser pages) of her other works.  May as well squeeze a few half dollars out of it, instead of just leaving it to sit on the shelves.  You've worked for it & earned it, get it!
Respectful regards,
Dances With Sidewalks.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on September 08, 2007, 09:41:04 pm
In response to Grey Drakkon's last message, I'd like to say; Sixty pages? :o
But that should probably do it.  I've noticed that a lot of people come straight in to the last post or last page of posts without reading what came before.

I always just click on the "new" icon and it takes me to the last post that I read in the thread. I love that feature, handy. :)

Quote from: Patti L.
On a different matter, is there a way in the software that you can direct a newcomer to the main part of the site, so they can get a list of Mrs. Briggs' existing works?  I've seen a couple of people posting in with something like "oh, I love Mercy, I'm so glad I found her, I wish there were other books by this author."  And the older hands jump in and say, 'gee, she's got around a dozen books out, you maybe missed them because. . . ' 

I always thought that was interesting. I expected more people to come from the actual website then to the forum, not find the forum first, then realize there's a website. I haven't googled Patricia Briggs so I'm not sure what's the first url to come up when you do that. I'll have to check it out.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on September 08, 2007, 09:52:44 pm
I always just click on the "new" icon and it takes me to the last post that I read in the thread. I love that feature, handy. :)
I always thought that was interesting. I expected more people to come from the actual website then to the forum, not find the forum first, then realize there's a website. I haven't googled Patricia Briggs so I'm not sure what's the first url to come up when you do that. I'll have to check it out.
The 'new' option is handy, I'll agree, but you miss out on a lot if you don't read at least a little of what came before.  I see both here & in my other favorite site a lot of people repeating questions or suggestions that were put out earlier.
On the other hand, on this forum the posts are always chronological, which they aren't on the other, and which can be really hard to deal with.
Don't know if it matters, but I thought I'd let you know.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Jazzlet on September 09, 2007, 06:37:02 am
But the new icon should take you to what is new to you, so it won't work for complete newbies, or rather it will take them to the beginning of the thread  :)

I have to admit to judging people by whether they have read the threads or not, if they are too lazy to check if someone has already answered their question or make a point that indicates they really haven't been following a thread, I am too lazy to answer. I never said I was nice you know.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Grey Drakkon on September 09, 2007, 08:24:58 am
Hmm, there's a bit of a difference between some other boards and this one when it comes to not bothering to read...Here I think its organized nicely, and there's still a small amount of boards really.  Some other places, that have thousands of members make me dizzy with all the boards they have, and every time I tried using the "search" option it pretty much showed me every board again. :P
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on September 09, 2007, 10:18:16 am
Yup, we iz definately da bomb.  But I can understand why sometimes you don't read everything.  And, dear moderators, correct me if I'm wrong on this, this is a computer forum, rather than appearing as email or text messages or something, so anyone using it has the option to easily scroll through a thread, rather than being handed a post that says, say 'Adam's ex' & having to figure out that it's in response to a message left two weeks ago, while there are newer answers to the same post already on the board.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Grey Drakkon on September 09, 2007, 11:24:17 am
I've seen some places that were threaded like that, or should I say, completely unthreaded and just rolling around all over the place.  I much prefer it like this, where responses are contained in the first post. 
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Spryte on September 09, 2007, 11:36:51 am
HOw do I put a picture in one of my posts?
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on September 09, 2007, 06:33:08 pm
Hey Spryte,
I took some screen captures to show you which icons and what comes up when you click on it. Hope that helps. :)

(http://members.shaw.ca/jheller/hurog/imageinsert1.jpg)
(http://members.shaw.ca/jheller/hurog/imageinsert2.jpg)
(http://members.shaw.ca/jheller/hurog/imageinsert3.jpg)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Grey Drakkon on September 09, 2007, 06:36:01 pm
Keep in mind that you have to have your image hosted somewhere on the internet for that to work, you can't take it directly from your computer.  I use photobucket for my pics. 
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on September 09, 2007, 06:43:21 pm
Oh! Good point, Grey. I always just throw images on my e-mail server, what's another good one? Imageshack, I think is a free one.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Grey Drakkon on September 09, 2007, 06:45:24 pm
I'm not sure what other ones are good, I've been using photobucket for years now, and they've recently added short videos that you can download (like my storm post).  And I meant to say before, nice job with the showing instead of telling! :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: toastedfroglegs on September 18, 2007, 06:26:35 pm
just out of curiosity, cause im not as computer savvy as i used to be having gone off to college and spending most of my time working or watching doctor who, how does one put the fun little banners in one's posts?  my normal embed codes dont function anymore....  thanks!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Zealith on September 18, 2007, 07:52:51 pm
]img[ Like this, but with the brakets inversed ]/img[
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: ForGetMeNot on September 24, 2007, 01:08:09 pm
Just testing some of this cool stuff

(http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a5/foggybookgirl/ihasaherb1.jpg)

I think this could be addicting !!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: ForGetMeNot on September 24, 2007, 01:11:38 pm
Oh please be comic font for me...pretty please with a graphic novel on top

Nope that didn't work

How about shadow...be my friend shadow...
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: ForGetMeNot on September 25, 2007, 07:23:27 am
 testing shadow

font type 1

font type 2

I may want marquee in everything I type, work,play, grocery lists you name it

 I love the glow option
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on September 25, 2007, 07:35:37 am
 Gives you some interesting ideas of why net publishing should take off, doesn't it, ForgetMeNot?  It could give some real oomph to the phrase 'moving images'. ;D
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Spryte on September 28, 2007, 08:55:25 pm
thanks... I appreciate it. now I might be able to put up some of my pics!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Avarel on December 28, 2008, 10:53:20 pm
Am I the only one more confused by the Help Button than I was before I tried to read it?
not sure if this is the right spot but my head is confused now.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on December 28, 2008, 10:57:37 pm
What are you confused about Avarel? Is there something specific there you're having trouble with?

It's too help with the mechanics of the messageboard but there is a lot of info there. :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Avarel on December 28, 2008, 11:03:28 pm
I was trying to figure out if there was a way to be notified that I have a reply to something I posted other than looking at it. I'm not all that tech savvy so I thought Help would be a good place to look. I just couldn't figure out how to find it.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on December 28, 2008, 11:10:14 pm
The notify button is right beside the reply button. You can see it at the very top of a thread or at the very bottom of one. I've not used it but I think it'll send you an e-mail to let you know there's been a post in a particular thread.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on December 28, 2008, 11:11:02 pm
You can also Notify whole boards to let you know when new topics have been started.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Avarel on December 28, 2008, 11:16:40 pm
Ohh, cool. Thanks
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on December 28, 2008, 11:17:38 pm
The board sends you an e-mail. :) I just placed a notification on this thread and it let me know that you posted. So cool. I learned something new about the board today as well.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on December 28, 2008, 11:35:37 pm
You can also set in your profile o get email notification/copy of PMs.  It's a good way to store info you may need to refer to later, especially if there's any kind of server glitch with PM storage.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Killer Kitten on December 29, 2008, 08:12:47 am
At the top there is a link that says "Show replies to your posts."
I just use that.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Salarika on November 08, 2009, 02:47:14 pm
Okay, this is me trying to see if I've got an avatar this time!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on November 08, 2009, 03:01:39 pm
Lynx in your arms?  Yes.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Salarika on November 12, 2009, 04:15:04 am
The missing lynx  :D! Actually it's a caracal that I got to hold a couple of years ago. Very cute. Now I just need a signature and I'm all set.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on November 12, 2009, 08:21:46 am
You grow into your signature.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Salarika on November 13, 2009, 10:27:28 pm
I thought that might be the case.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on November 14, 2009, 05:18:21 am
My sig is just a statment. :) You can go either way...I've seen some really nice banners out there as well.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Kitara on March 19, 2010, 01:11:57 pm
I just joined and am having a problem with the avatar. I get an error message that the pictuer is too big or not an avatar.  Please, what does this mean and how do I fix it?  Thanks.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on March 19, 2010, 01:16:59 pm
You're at 129px × 129px pixel size, our maximum pixel size is 65px × 65px.

Now, I don't know how to change it, being a technoneanderthal, but I'm sure one or more of the others can help you with it.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Zealith on March 19, 2010, 01:53:08 pm
In most photoediting programs, there is a way to resize images.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Kitara on March 19, 2010, 02:34:06 pm
Thank You, Patti L. and Zealith.  It works now. I am happy.  :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Sissy on April 24, 2010, 05:12:50 pm
Ignore.

Just testing setting to see if I get (or preferably, don't get) bumped back to main forums when responding to a post.

*crosses fingers*

Edited:  WOOT!  Yeah. It worked.  :D
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Salarika on May 08, 2010, 04:12:55 pm
Okay, I'm technologically challenged today. My mom sent me an absolutely adorable picture, the it-really-makes-you-smile kind, and I'd love to share it with everyone. How do I do this, or can I put it up on Flickr or Photobucket, so as not to use up too much cpu space? It's a jpeg, so it's already compressed.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on May 08, 2010, 04:55:05 pm
At the tops of most areas where photos are appropriate, there is a pinned topic of "How to post a photo."  Photobucket or flickr are good.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Salarika on May 11, 2010, 01:07:37 am
Okay, Patti, it worked like a charm. I stuck the cute stuff on the Life Happens thread. Thanks so much again!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Flyleaf on July 24, 2010, 07:21:03 pm
Okay, this may be a dumb question, but I'm a dumb person so it's all good:
Is there any way to view the threads any other way than one huge flat thread?
Is there an option to view them as threaded, flat, inline or nested or anything other than how I'm currently seeing it? 
The reason I ask is that I am finding a bit difficult to follow the thread of the conversations. 
And if this is not a current feature, then I offer my most humble :-[ suggestion that maybe it should be looked into.   Many Thanks :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Elle on July 24, 2010, 08:07:12 pm
Hi Flyleaf,

The SMF board software that we use here at Hurog isn't compatible for threaded or hybrid display modes. It's flat thread only. I went and had at look to see if it's something that they might have on the back burner but it looks like the coders at SMF aren't pursuing it at this time due to all the modifications needed to support it. A code monkey may do a mod for it sometime in the future but for right now I'm afraid you'll have to work with the flat thread view. :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Flyleaf on July 25, 2010, 09:23:37 pm
Well, drat.  No, double drat.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: truffle on August 03, 2010, 05:20:28 pm
:-whistle
Quote
No quotes here, actually
no spoilers just testingtesting againglow?
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Lady_Inari on March 26, 2011, 11:51:55 am
How does one actually use that when posting?
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on March 26, 2011, 12:02:45 pm
There is a pinned topic on it at the beginning of every section where it might prove useful.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: charmed on March 26, 2011, 12:48:14 pm
There are two ways. You can follow the directions here (http://www.hurog.com/forum/index.php?topic=2296.0) or simp[ly click on the handy dandy spoiler icon listed in the posting options when you post a reply. It's in the bottom row, on the far right, and says "spoiler". Click on that, type your spoilers inside, and voila! Spoiler are hidden. :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Kate on March 26, 2011, 01:22:26 pm
If you're using the Google Chrome browser (which I have been, lately), the image that says "spoiler" doesn't actually appear on the button. It just shows a broken image pic. But if you hover your mouse over it, the tooltip appears that says "spoiler." :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Ellyll on March 26, 2011, 01:46:06 pm
Also if you're using Safari.  :)
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Lady_Inari on March 26, 2011, 04:08:54 pm
Testing testing spoiler spoiler spoiler   Yay!  I found it!  Thank you guys!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Livi on April 14, 2011, 07:48:57 am
I am having trouble adding an avatar. I resized the picture to 65 x 65 pix, and tried lowering the quality, but every time I try to upload it I get the error that it is either too big or not an avatar.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on April 14, 2011, 07:56:05 am
I'll pass a note around to some of the more tech savvy mods to try to help you.  You might send a PM to Elle with the picture you want to use, she's very good and can probably find a way to load it in for you.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Livi on April 14, 2011, 08:07:06 am
Sorry, I figured it out. I hosted it on photobucket, should have thought of that before!  :-[
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on April 14, 2011, 08:08:18 am
Ah, good for you!
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Marroksoul on May 10, 2011, 01:45:32 pm
I probably shouldnit do this but i can't make a topic. How does it work.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on May 10, 2011, 01:53:00 pm
Most probably it's this, from the FAQ thread:

Why can't I post my poll (in section X)?

Certain portions of the board are easier for everyone to deal with if polls aren't possible in them.  The Canon section in particular would not benefit from polls placed there, they rightly belong in the speculation threads if they are about the books.  "For Patty" and "Ask Patty", with or without answers, does not need polls.

Why can't I post on the question/comment for Patty?

To keep them easy for Patty to see and deal with; rather than drowning the original question or comment in speculation or only distantly related material, the moderators of the area will lock them either if someone brings in an answer (usually with a citation of where Patty said it) or Patty herself answers it.  After that, it is moved to the area for "Responded", and remains locked, having been dealt with.  You may comment in the Series or Book comments for the subject, either in an already existing thread, or by starting your own thread.  If your thread duplicates an existing one, it will be merged with the older thread.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on June 12, 2011, 08:28:48 am
We have just discovered that the "report to moderator" option is currently not working, a casualty of the switch to the newer software.  For now, please if you find spam or other inappropriate posts, report them to the moderators for the area, and if it's a spammer, to Patti & Elle.  We'll update when Mr. Mike gets a fix up on it, after the remodel is done & they've moved back into their house.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on July 20, 2011, 11:31:03 am
Here is a short set of instructions for setting up a banner or signature for yourself.

On the tabs at the top of any page, go to "Profile"
Choose the "Modify Profile" tab.
Go to " Forum Profile"
At the bottom of the set of boxes, is one that has " Custom Title
Signature:
Signatures are displayed at the bottom of each post or personal message. BBCode and smileys may be used in your signature." --
and a box.  If you have an image, use [ img](the code copy/pasted) &/or words[ /img], taking the spaces after the "[" brackets out.
Click on "change profile" on the lower right corner of the page.
That should do it.


At this time, the "notify of new posts on thread made while your post is typed" function is also not working.  It doesn't hurt to check back on posts ahead of yours before you move to the next thread you want to look at or post in.
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Koalaty_Time on June 20, 2019, 05:37:57 am




I have no idea how to post on this forum. I also can't start a new topic either. I'm familiar with basic web code from the early Gaia Online days but there's no new post button. Or is it just me?                                                                   
                     
Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on June 20, 2019, 06:05:09 am
Hi, Koalty_Time
You posted this, so yes, you can post.  Just watch for threads or boards that are "READ ONLY" - that may be where you're running into the first trouble.

Starting a thread is usually done by starting at a sub board.  For instance, in "
    The Hurog Family >
    Patricia Briggs' Books >
    The Weres >
    Characters Board (Moderators: Elle, Has, Zealith, Patti L., Midangel)"
You move from the main page to Patty's books.  From there, you select the sub-board "The Weres" .  Then you get even smaller, you go into "Characters Board".
On the top RIGHT you should see a series of tabs (or one giant tab, if you will, with breakouts) saying "

    New Topic
    New poll
    Notify
    Mark Read"
Select "New Topic"

That opens a page that looks a bit like you're sending a private message.  It asks for a subject title, and a message icon.
Then you type into the body of the box.
You may preview or post.


Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Koalaty_Time on July 20, 2019, 08:21:11 pm



It seems I don't have that tab anywhere. Maybe I'm missing it? Or is it because I'm too new here?
I can screenshot what I see on my end. Maybe I'm overlooking it.
The only way I've posted so far is that the reply on the bottom right of a post appears at the bottom of the page.

Thanks for the tip about the read only threads. I'll make sure to try again after checking for it.

Title: Re: The Help Thread and Test Thread
Post by: Patti L. on July 20, 2019, 09:11:07 pm
Maybe it has to do with what section you're trying to post in? What board & sub board are you trying to get into?