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Re: How to reply to a post....

Thanks for that tid-bit of information...

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My pleasure....

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Re: Good advice!

Thanks DannyL - you da man!
That's a good point about getting responses to other people's post, and conversely, not getting an expected response because it was posted to someone else's reply. Another suggestion would be to adjust or change the subject line when you reply if that would apply, as it would be a quick answer (as I did on this post).
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Re: How to reply to a post....

Thanks DannyL, You are providing a much needed service to improve the quality and flow of this BBS.

I have an additional suggestion. Just as you have done, have the subject line reflect what the post is about so those of us that no longer read each post because of volume of responses can better determine the content without opening the post. Sometimes my ISP is down to a crawl. I hate to miss any post, but time off the computer is also important.

Thanks again.

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