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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

Sorry guys! Please forgive me!!

Just wasn't sure what category to post in - Sad

Are we all still friends? :shock:

Daniel
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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

1.That will just slow the forum down
2. get disjointed replies in any of the threads, so you dont know who replied to who or what
3. Common sense, use a bit when posting. As everyone can See what has been posted since there last visit, so you don't need to post a question a number of times to get it noticed.
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Phantom_Flan_Fl
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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

Naming no danie....... erm........ names that is. :lol: Wink
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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

Totally agree.
Cross posting is bad.
Most people read all of the forums and they will therefore pick up on the relevent posts. This needs adding into the [http://portal.plus.net/central/forums/faq.php] forum guidelines [/url] in my opinion.[/url]
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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

Ah, fa55dsl, to make a link which is displayed as text, you need to do the following:
[url=http://your.url.here.com]your text here[/url]


Thomas
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Double / Treble posting in different forums Please Don't

Yeah I know,

simple typo somewhere along the line.

Chris