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    Posted 04 December 2006 - 04:09 AM

    I cant make a new topic or reply in EzPCFix Support ?
    Sorry, wont allow me ? :excl:

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    you do not have permission to reply to that topict

    Wont get much feedback when it's like that...

    This post has been edited by dobbelina: 04 December 2006 - 04:15 AM

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      Posted 04 December 2006 - 08:59 PM

      Well, thank you for posting somewhere. I don't know if anyone has ever "given up" because they can't post. I think most users will find an area to post in and basically do like you have.

      I guess there is a little confusion here? Maybe I need to rename the "bug reporting" area so people will post questions there also. In order to keep a little organization in the forum, some areas are not postable for regular members.
      "I play Russian roulette everyday, a man's sport, with a bullet called life"
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        Posted 05 December 2006 - 02:55 AM

        Offcourse I will never give up. :D
        I trickle thru the forums until I find one that likes me.

        A suggestion would be to keep the "EzPCFix Support","Bug reporting",and "Suggestions & Requests"
        open for members,(new post and reply)
        and have the "News & Releases" forum closed for new posts, but open for replies as far as "members" are concerned.
        Just a tip. :)

        I admin both Vbulletin and Invision forums elsewhere and know little bit about the admin panel/choices.
        Thanks for having a great panel :clapping:
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