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#1 jefa

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 12:02 AM

Hi, folks. So glad to see you all. As you can see we have pages and pages of threads going back more than six months since the new forum was put in place. There is a wealth of information to read in these threads, but adding your comments to an older thread can be confusing. It will appear that the original poster is raising a new query when the thread is brought to the top of the first page. If you find an old thread with information that is of interest to you, please start your own new topic on the subject. You may, of course, add a link to the old thread as I have just done.

To do this, highlight information in the address bar while you are in the old thread, then hit Control + C (COPY). When you start your new topic, highlight the text you want linked (in this case, the words 'old thread') then click on the 'insert link' icon (this looks like a little blue globe). A box will appear with a place to insert the link you have copied. Click in this box, then hit Control + V (PASTE). Click the OK button and your link is magically inserted.


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Jefa

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 04:52 AM

Jefa,

Thank you for your interest and effort to keep the boards organized and understandable.

I appreciate when you have edited and condensed my "oh yea, and one more thing" posts and/or replies into one on a couple of occasions.

Has anyone in management thought more about organizing forums into topics like: Medications, Symptoms, Research, In Memory, Living with Sclero, ...etc?

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Posted 15 July 2007 - 09:07 PM

Hi, Barefut. Yes, we have previously given your suggestion some thought. While we haven't ruled it out completely, at the moment it would take more management time for the moderators than the benefits would justify. Your feedback is always welcome.
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Jefa

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