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Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by roscoe36, Dec 14, 2011.
Fixed now. Sorry about that.
Thanks Roscoe. You da man! Now I can put deragutory comments about you in my signature! HA!
thanks.........although the tebow comment was still relevant.
Maybe I shouldn't rely on falling back on that tech support career since my first reaction is to tell the user what he or she sees on the screen rather than asking that they actually do see.
I love the new forum ROscoe, however, just trying to figure out whether you are still doing the game day blog. I can't seem to find it if you are. I also can't find out where I post personal messages to some of my forumites. Please help an old lady out will ya.
One of my favorite features is the "Like' button. When the forum first opened (about 6.5 years ago...has it REALLY been that long?) in order to show that you really appreciated somebody's post that made you laugh you would need to use a LMAO smiley to let them know it brightened your day. But then there was often nothing more to your post. Or if someone wrote something you really liked, but you had nothing to add, you would need to write a sentence just stating "Good post" to show agreement. But Rascoe didn't like that because it really cluttered the forum. But you still really wanted to express your appreciation. It was so easy to do. Way too easy. So I really had a difficult time learning not to or unless it was exceptional. Now, it is even easier to show you really enjoyed something without the clutter. Just hit the button. (Of course NOW I need to remember to get back into the habit of doing that. But I'm getting better). However...if it is still super super whatever...I'm still gonna do this... or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or this or...
I usually "like" Darth's posts just so I can then hit the "unlike" button right after.
I don't have the "unlike" feature. If I did........I'd have to revisit a lot of Darth's posts.
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