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Seems to me like a complaints forum isn't needed after all...:)

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I dont think we need a complaints forum, but I can see what mc661 has a problem with if no one answered his thread I had the same problem on one of my threads and when your new and nobody is answering you it is even more daunting, but I would not want to complain, maybe there is a way round this

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...when your new and nobody is answering you it is even more daunting, but I would not want to complain, maybe there is a way round this

 

Indeed there is.

 

I can't remember off-hand where it is posted, but essentially we advise users to contact a Moderator or Site Helper if their posts have gone unanswered for 24 hours, or indeed if there is a pressing need for response it can be earlier.

 

By response, I don't mean that Moderators or Site Helpers must have already responded, simply that your query is unanswered at all - or perhaps you have been given conflicting information and need to know which is the more accurate response etc.

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but I can see what mc661 has a problem with if no one answered his thread I had the same problem on one of my threads and when your new and nobody is answering you it is even more daunting

That's a fair point, and certainly one that would need to be dealt with, but as you say, not a complaint per se...when it is busy, as it has been, simply bump your thread and someone will come along shortly...:rolleyes:

If you put your mind to it, I'm sure you can think of something!! Not like you to give up that easily:)
LOL...hmmm...now let me think...do you think complaints about the funniness (or not) of Bookie's jokes would be a valid complaint?

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we dont need a complaints section just an exit door for the un-greatfulls

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jonni sorry if there is a way round,

 

but when your new its daunting trying to find what your looking for.

 

Pheonix you say to bump the thread but when your new you dont know what the bump is.

 

jezzyjey well said

 

as you see I dont know how to put your posts in and answer you but learning slow but sure alright for a silver haired surfer eh

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do you think complaints about the funniness (or not) of Bookie's jokes would be a valid complaint?

 

No. And your syntax is slipping, my lad.

 

as you see I dont know how to put your posts in and answer you but learning slow but sure alright for a silver haired surfer eh

 

Crash course then, next instalment:

 

At the bottom right hand corner, you'll see this:

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If you only want to quote one post, click on the "quote" one, if more than one, click on the multi-quote one, it then lights up orange, same on the next post, etc until you reach the last one, where you click on the multi-quote first, then the quote one.

 

Once you click on the "quote", it will open a reply with all the quotes already inserted. If you don't want to quote the whole post, go inside the quoted bits and delete what you don't want to keep.

 

Alternatively, if you want to quote something from elsewhere, click on

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]...[/color][/QUOTE], all you have to is paste your message inside the 2 quotes, and voila.

 

Practise, practise and practise again.

 

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How refreshing. A thread that has not degenerated into mud slinging and name calling. I am actually reading this with a smile on my face

 

I have to agree with you there Yoda, it's definately a nice change to all the bickering! I really hope everything gets back onto an even keel, and the sooner the better - I hate any animosity! :( Keep the site doing what it does best - helping people to reclaim whats rightfully theirs, and giving us the power to help ourselves [ignore me if I'm rambling - I'm having a dizzy blonde moment :D no offence anyone!]

 

Oh, and BTW, thanks for the crash course in multi-quoting bookie - I kept wondering how you were supposed to do that, but too proud and Yorkshire to ask ;) lol

 

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Crash course then, next instalment:

 

At the bottom right hand corner, you'll see this:

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hows this and accept all the thanks you ALL get you deserve it

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No. And your syntax is slipping, my lad.
As in "...to catch a train to catch..." type of slipping? And what happened to my witty post that was originally in spot 33?

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whats "bump" mean please!!!

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whats "bump" mean please!!!
Hiya - it is quite simply adding a post below your last post, with ***BUMP*** as the message...people will spot it and get back to you...

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thankyou, snarling green headed person! lol

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thankyou, snarling green headed person! lol
I'm soft, cute, fluffy and cuddly in real life...I just use that face to scare certain people here, and also to scare the bank...

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Indeed there is.

 

I can't remember off-hand where it is posted, but essentially we advise users to contact a Moderator or Site Helper if their posts have gone unanswered for 24 hours, or indeed if there is a pressing need for response it can be earlier.

 

By response, I don't mean that Moderators or Site Helpers must have already responded, simply that your query is unanswered at all - or perhaps you have been given conflicting information and need to know which is the more accurate response etc.

 

I think that is an excellent idea, the problem being that for "newbie" the whole site is getting so large now that is seems very easy to lose yourself on the forums. I remember (in the good old days :grin: ) when I first joined the forum and it was just picking up in pace, now it is amazing the number of posts that are made on a daily basis.

 

Unfortunately for new members they will find it difficult at times to navigate the site and also they will panic when their questions go unanswered. I think we all just have to help each other as much as possible.

 

I would also like to thank everybody on there for all of the help I have received, I will always be indebted to this forum for giving me the information to claim my charges back, also sort out some of my debts and to empower members in a way that is very unique and very special to this forum.

 

Please keep up the good work!! xx

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whats "bump" mean please!!!

 

Bring Up My Post :)

links to my current claims ...

My claim - Yorkshire Bank Visa

chezt V RBS Mastercard

Chezt v RBS Joint Account

chezt v Abbey Credit Card

 

Settled ...

chezt V Duet Card/Creation Finance

chezt v's Studio Cards

chezt v's Littlewoods Catalogue

 

Next ...

Abbey Joint a/c & Single a/c

Barclaycard (Mine & Hubby's)

Anyone else I can think of ...! :rolleyes:

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ps - Bookie - While I'm here - Just wanted to thank you for replying to my Q the other night about my subscription 'problem'

 

I noticed your reply after the thread was closed but then noticed it had gone again by the next day :confused: ... dunno what happened to it but thanks anyway! :)

 

 

I was gonna PM you but obviously that isn't allowed! :p

links to my current claims ...

My claim - Yorkshire Bank Visa

chezt V RBS Mastercard

Chezt v RBS Joint Account

chezt v Abbey Credit Card

 

Settled ...

chezt V Duet Card/Creation Finance

chezt v's Studio Cards

chezt v's Littlewoods Catalogue

 

Next ...

Abbey Joint a/c & Single a/c

Barclaycard (Mine & Hubby's)

Anyone else I can think of ...! :rolleyes:

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well done most of what we are needing to know getting answered here some like me are a wee bit slower trying to answer the questions coming up by the time we are finished typing the answers are already there.

can aanswer with the quote now but how do I get the blue background

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well done most of what we are needing to know getting answered here some like me are a wee bit slower trying to answer the questions coming up by the time we are finished typing the answers are already there.

can aanswer with the quote now but how do I get the blue background

 

like this!

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whats "bump" mean please!!!

 

 

And what my non-witty, greenish grinning Grinchy friend didn't say, surprisingly since he usually likes to inundate people with his knowledge, is that BUMP is an acronym for Bring Up My Post. :cool:

 

Edit: Ooops, sorry, Chezt, hadn't seen your answer there. Sorry and thanks, then! ;-)

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oh thankyou great wormy one!

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i want some more green lights!

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bookworm did you catch what was on the itv news just now was busy typing and missed it as you see my post came up but missing blue background jezzyjet says like this to thick to understand

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