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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby threethings » Tue Jan 27, 2009 7:50 pm

who_needs_fangs? wrote:
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who_needs_fangs? wrote:sorry if I sounded snippy, just asking for help.


No, you didn't sound snippy, I'd really like to know where it is?

I don't know if they even have one, but justdeal had a problem with auto-correct a while ago, so I'll ask her how she fixed it later.

Edit: It wasn't the lexicon that was the problem. Internet Explorer doesn't have spell-check built in. I'm on Firefox now so the spell-check is back.


Okay, thanks. Back on topic.
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby bite_me » Sat Jan 31, 2009 5:19 am

is it possible to bump a topic? people talk about doing that, but I can't find the button - or can you only bump a topic if you're a mod?
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby threethings » Sat Jan 31, 2009 1:05 pm

bite_me wrote:is it possible to bump a topic? people talk about doing that, but I can't find the button - or can you only bump a topic if you're a mod?


If you look at a post, on the bottom right hand corner, you'll see two little arrows.
Click that. That's what I do. I don't know about only mods doing it though. . .
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby Nightswimming93 » Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:19 pm

Is there a way to change your username?
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby threethings » Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:53 pm

Nightswimming93 wrote:Is there a way to change your username?


I'm sorry I keep answering these, I've just been here a while!

To answer this, no, there is no way. Make a new account if you want to change it. :)
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby Bronze Haired Girl » Thu Feb 19, 2009 10:27 pm

Nightswimming93 wrote:Is there a way to change your username?

Actually, I believe it is possible, but an admin has to do it for you. You need to send a PM to 24601 and say you want to change your username. Don't start a new account until you hear back.
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby Nightswimming93 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:59 am

is there a "send/receive" function in private messaging? I notice that my messages sit in my outbox for an awfully long time--sometimes more than a day. Is that just a problem I have or is that common? Can I force them to send?
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby threethings » Tue Mar 17, 2009 11:38 am

Nightswimming93 wrote:is there a "send/receive" function in private messaging? I notice that my messages sit in my outbox for an awfully long time--sometimes more than a day. Is that just a problem I have or is that common? Can I force them to send?


They are sent, that simply means the recipient hasn't opened/picked it up yet.
When they do pick it up, it will move to your "sent" box instead of the "Outbox."
Additionally, when it's in your "Outbox" you can still edit it.

Does that answer your question?
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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby Nightswimming93 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 2:49 pm

threethings wrote:
Nightswimming93 wrote:is there a "send/receive" function in private messaging? I notice that my messages sit in my outbox for an awfully long time--sometimes more than a day. Is that just a problem I have or is that common? Can I force them to send?


They are sent, that simply means the recipient hasn't opened/picked it up yet.
When they do pick it up, it will move to your "sent" box instead of the "Outbox."
Additionally, when it's in your "Outbox" you can still edit it.

Does that answer your question?


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Re: Tech Question Topic

Postby threethings » Tue Mar 17, 2009 3:33 pm

Nightswimming93 wrote:
threethings wrote:
Nightswimming93 wrote:is there a "send/receive" function in private messaging? I notice that my messages sit in my outbox for an awfully long time--sometimes more than a day. Is that just a problem I have or is that common? Can I force them to send?


They are sent, that simply means the recipient hasn't opened/picked it up yet.
When they do pick it up, it will move to your "sent" box instead of the "Outbox."
Additionally, when it's in your "Outbox" you can still edit it.

Does that answer your question?


Well, I feel a bit like an idiot, but yes you answered my question! Thank you!!!


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