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# 18621 16-Jan-2008 20:07
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I was looking to see if there was a thread on how to best use the forums and tips on how to format your resonses etc.

Everyone seems to have pictures/ comments/ signatures that know my ip address etc.

I see lots of people manage to box sections of previous posts in order to respond to specifics.


It would be a good idea to have a thread fixed at the top of the geekzone topic explaining how to do this for people like me who are just learning the ropes and the lingo. I know some other sites use stickys to save the same questions being asked all the time.

If that can't be done can someone give me some tips on the above. Sometimes I feel like i am crawling while everyone else is running!!

Thanks

MM

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# 105275 16-Jan-2008 20:53
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mortonman: I see lots of people manage to box sections of previous posts in order to respond to specifics.

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  # 105278 16-Jan-2008 21:06
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bradstewart:

mortonman: I see lots of people manage to box sections of previous posts in order to respond to specifics.

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I can now break into a slow forum walk!!!

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  # 106327 23-Jan-2008 16:55
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mortonman:  If that can't be done can someone give me some tips on the above. Sometimes I feel like i am crawling while everyone else is running!!


Maybe a test forum where you can have a play with the different features of Geekzone is in order.  What do you think Brad?

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