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Old 03-09-2009, 01:39 PM   #29
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Maybe I'm lost, but where do I accomplish that as that is what I requested originally. Can you direct me?

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Old 03-09-2009, 01:57 PM   #31
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Maybe I'm lost, but where do I accomplish that as that is what I requested originally. Can you direct me?

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At the top of each thread page there is a DROPDOWN titled THREAD TOOLS. If you click on that dropdown one option is SUBSCRIPTION. When you click on SUBSCRIPTION you can pick instant notification if that is what you are trying to accomplish. Other options are DAILY and WEEKLY.
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Old 03-09-2009, 02:55 PM   #32
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Well - it'll just take time to sort thru it all. i'm retired and don't mind down time. so what the heck-patience solves a lot of problems. 3cts worth
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http://http://www.irv2.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3708 The timing of posts is confusing me----

Driver made a post at the above site at 08:23PM today. What time is 08:23?? are we using a 24 hour clock? That would be 2023 hrs.

This post is showing 09:32 PM. It was posted at 5:32 PM EDT or 1732 hrs EDT
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Old 03-09-2009, 04:45 PM   #34
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http://http://www.irv2.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3708 The timing of posts is confusing me----

Driver made a post at the above site at 08:23PM today. What time is 08:23?? are we using a 24 hour clock? That would be 2023 hrs.

This post is showing 09:32 PM. It was posted at 5:32 PM EDT or 1732 hrs EDT
Max - you can set the time in your account settings to account for your geographic location.


Click on userCP (upper tool bar) >edit options

Scroll down to find Date & Time Options, select and then scroll down and hit save.
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There will be a lot of bugs to get worked out & we all have a lot of learning to do (those of us not familiar with vBulletin). Like right now, I'm experiencing a ton of lag-time opening pages & scrolling through them, plus it's interferring with accessing other apps going on on my laptop. I already updated to the current flash player, but I'm still getting double images while scrolling & even getting the pop-up saying the program isn't responding & I have to close down & come back in again.

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I think I have found the problem Janet. I use AOL 9.1vr, I'm now signed on Internet Explorer and it appears to be working fine. Thanks for the Help, you too Ken. Maybe you can get it working with AOL later. Thanks again
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looks great! i'm sure it will get easier the more time we spend on it. jim
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Gonna take a while to get used to the look and fell, but I can already see some attractive features.
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Like everything in life, things progress and when making improvements, things change. Some features may be deleted it they are sledom used and others enhanced or moved.

If we did not make progress, we would all still living in a cave, wearing animal skins and maybe have a cart with stone wheels and a wooden axle.

We all will have to get accustom to the improvements...seems like as I get older, things are slower to learn...but learn them I will.

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Looks different,
i look forward to the new system,
CONGRATS on puliing off the change sucessfully !!
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Give it a chance. I belong to several other forums that use vBulletin, and on balance, there are a lot of capabilities that Eve/Groupee/Infopop didn't support. For example, the following was copied directly from my computer's C: drive (i.e., no need for a hosted image on the web).


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Hmm, interesting. How do you do that without a host site?

The little 'Insert Image' tag asks for the URL
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Where do we gain access to the chat rooms ?
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