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Is that picture one of after a search gambit-man?
read my previous post!
sorry man, i misunderstood what you meant.
sorry, can't help with finding what you're looking for, it's not something i really used
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it tells you where i don't have the button.
No it doesn't.
The 'post new topic' issue was that there is no button in the group forum for me to post a new topic. i have to go within a different topic before i can find the button. I really have only used my OTB club forum lately, haven't checked out other groups that i am a member of.
But when I look at my group forums, there is clearly a new topic button, in all of them, so I can't see what you're on about.
I remember having had trouble finding the create new forum topic button when I first searched for it in the new design.
It is hidden in a very subtle manner: It is the only button thing on its page that really has a button structure around it. (a try for emphasis, I assume)
Interestingly, because all other link functions on that page do not have a button graphics around it, one intuitively assumes that link clicking things are no-button-graphic here, so that seems to be the norm on that page. All the more surprising that there is still one function which still has that button graphics appearance :-)
Yes it does, you've even highlighted it yourself. What school did you go to?
Did you even go to school??
I even asked you for confirmation, but you couldn't even answer that basic question. The image you posted is not the group forum view I see.
I do not tolerate fools lightly, especially when they insult me. I'm done trying to help you.
Instead I'll switch to this position: Must be the nut behind the keyboard, coz mine works fine.
You have been no help to me whatsoever. If people want to poke and snipe at me from the side, that's fine by me, just so long as they don't mind me sniping back at them.
The question you asked was already contained within the thread, if you can't read what is in front of you, my level of education has no bearing.
Oh... I think it does.
Of course I have been no help, that is because you failed to answer any direct questions. NOBODY can help you because you failed at basic communication.
LMAO, says the person who can't read
@ gambit-man ,you just posted a new forum yesterday
Not true at all. Borgqueen is full of instructive linguistic insight. Go ahead and ask him what the meaning of "strategically position" is. You'll see.
Then perhaps it's my Scottish accent that gets in the way of his understanding?
ROFL! I love the Scottish accent!
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