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    I just wanted to suggest maybe the FAQ board should be open to posts. I was gonna add something but I can't and I felt it was pertinent and helpful information that I couldn't add.
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    Think about it a little harder.

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    Go here and scroll to the bottom of the page where is says How To Get A Thread Moved To The FAQ Board.

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    No No No No - I don't want to move a post to the FAQ board, I want to reply to something already on the FAQ board
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    So write a post about it and try to get it moved to the FAQ board. Or talk to a mod.
    Away.

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    All of the threads on the FAQ board are old, and are there for reference purposes only.

    If you have a specific question on the contents of one, start a thread in the appropriate forum. If you want to talk to a mod, PM me, or one other other on this list.

    This thread is now moving to General Discussions....
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    If you're posting code, use code tags: [code] /* insert code here */ [/code]

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    Um, I think this IS a post about it...
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    I don't have a question about a post on the FAQ board, I have an answer to a question asked on the FAQ board. It seems pointless and limiting to prevent the submission of replies.
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    Which thread? Post your comments on this thread (include a link to the FAQ thread) and someone will take a look.
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    Originally posted by Noobie
    I don't have a question about a post on the FAQ board, I have an answer to a question asked on the FAQ board. It seems pointless and limiting to prevent the submission of replies.
    Look at your name. It sums you up pretty well.

    Don't you think ppl would be posting useless crap if it was open to everyone? Oh wait, thinking's beyond your intelligence...
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    Originally posted by valar_king
    Look at your name. It sums you up pretty well.

    Don't you think ppl would be posting useless crap if it was open to everyone? Oh wait, thinking's beyond your intelligence...
    Don't you think moderators could moderate the board if it was open to posting? It is somewhat inappropriate to harass people for making a suggestion on how to improve the site.
    Last edited by Noobie; 05-16-2003 at 12:29 AM.
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    If you want a thread move there or something added to a thread there ask a mod. However if you want to ask a question about an answer I siggest yiou start a new thread in the forum where the thread was origanally and link it to the FAQ board thread.
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