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Author:  Stuart Sweeney [ Tue May 17, 2005 3:49 am ]
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Further up I wrote about the problem I was having with the Search function. Azlan has investigated this and resolved the problem, so it now works as you would expect. Thanks a bunch, Azlan.

If you haven't used it before do look in the menu at the top of each forum page. We have a wealth of material from the past 6 years and the Search function is an enormous help in accessing these topics.

Author:  Michael Goldbarth [ Sun May 29, 2005 4:26 pm ]
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After living with the new CD for a while, I have to admit I’m a little disappointed. :( The transition was about as sm :shock: :shock: th as the U.S. liberation of Iraq from dictatorship to democracy. I noticed some of my posts disappeared whiles others with images had a lot of text wiped out. Oh well, easy come easy go.

I love seeing who is on-line as well as knowing how many times a topic has been viewed. I am a little disappointed you can’t edit or add to a post after about an hour after you posted. I noticed I spelt choreography wrong for one post and cannot edit it. My stupid mistake! Nonetheless, I shall blame Bill Gates and his spell check!

By the way, the February edition of Dance~Magazine is gone. Curiously, this is the edition highlighting the National Ballet of Canada! Conspiracy!! :roll:

Author:  Azlan [ Mon May 30, 2005 12:22 am ]
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We'll check on the editing issue.

The Feb issue is located here:

Finally, I don't think any posts were lost. If you can be more specific about which ones you think were lost and we can do a search on them.

Author:  Azlan [ Mon May 30, 2005 1:51 am ]
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Michael Goldbarth wrote:
I am a little disappointed you can’t edit or add to a post after about an hour after you posted.

The standard flood interval is 15 seconds -- you should be able to edit after 15 seconds.

Author:  Michael Goldbarth [ Sun Jun 05, 2005 11:11 am ]
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Okay, I shall take you up on your kind offer. I wrote about Michael Crabb’s article ‘No Heir Apparent’ and some of my text disappeared due to the move to a new CD. Not that it matters in the vast spectrum of things.

Author:  Michael Goldbarth [ Thu Nov 03, 2005 11:51 am ]
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I wish we could edit old posts. You have to post again and then it allows you to edit.

Author:  Michael Goldbarth [ Sat Nov 19, 2005 10:35 pm ]
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Just posting here to make an edit elsewhere.

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