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dan Posted - 04/18/2009 : 01:11:31
I have noticed the forum software doesn't always respond well. I have gotten used to its quirks but I am sure others have been frustrated. A good practice just before posting is to select your entire post by pushing the left mouse key and dragging it. Then right click, copy. Then hit the post button. It will tell you if the post was successful.

If the posting doesn't work you can hit the back button on the browser and try to post again. This time paste (right click, paste) what you have copied before instead of starting over. Then try the post button again. Usually it works the second time if not the first.

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alfie5 Posted - 05/09/2009 : 13:41:59
my test reply sent okis to you... like most puter acivities what works for some , does not work for others,eg; i have been trying to reply to'rose petal' . but won"t send at all... ' dan' i could use you as a relay post i think. regards, alfie5, australia
alfie5 Posted - 05/09/2009 : 13:31:01
test from alfie5

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