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Topic # 22137 17-May-2008 22:22
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Could there be some way of connecting poles to geekzone forums.

Or is there a good 3rd party way to put a pole in a forum post.

I saw a thread about what download manage do you use, and thought POLE.

Would it be an install or a whole new design?

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Reply # 131555 18-May-2008 08:52
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  Reply # 131565 18-May-2008 10:29
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For pole, read poll

As in:
I need to choose a car. Would you recommend
( )Holden
(x)Toyota
( )Mitzi

etc, choose 1




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Reply # 131570 18-May-2008 11:05

So thats a yes then on getting polls? Smile




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  Reply # 131571 18-May-2008 11:07
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Yes, my spelling is that bad, POLL and wish my spelling checker could read my mind, maybe in 20 year.

But yes, POLLs,  Thanks davide

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Reply # 133338 26-May-2008 17:28
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hellonearthisman: Or is there a good 3rd party way to put a pole in a forum post.




/couldn't help himself




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  Reply # 133354 26-May-2008 18:52
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davide: For pole, read poll

As in:
I need to choose a car. Would you recommend
( )Holden
(x)Toyota
( )Mitzi

etc, choose 1

(x)Holden
( )Toyota
( )Mitzi




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