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Test blog...do not read


Due to technical difficulties I can't communicate on the forums at this time.. (This blog entry is a test to see if I can post a blog).

Will be back to normal, obnoxious posting on the forums ASAP.



Entry #39


konaneComment by konane - July 23, 2006, 9:01 am
But did you realize "do not read" is a must read?????????????? ;D
Rick GComment by Rick G - July 23, 2006, 9:27 am

You're sharp! ;)
four4meComment by four4me - July 23, 2006, 11:55 am
ok here's the scoop Todd made a lot of changes to lottery post on saturday. So clean your cache files out then come to lottery post and log back in you should be able to post anywhere then.
Rick GComment by Rick G - July 24, 2006, 10:17 am
four4me...thanks but I already did that...the changes showed up OK but I can't post. It's something wrong with my computer. Just got to break down and get a new one.
four4meComment by four4me - July 25, 2006, 2:25 pm
try this go to any post and look at the last post when you are ready to post click reply at the bottom of the post. you should see the editor it might take a few seconds to load.
or try posting a new topic.
I know you need a new pc look at this sundays paper for office depot or staples they have some good COMPAQ PC's get your boys to buy you a christmas present in July.
Rick GComment by Rick G - July 25, 2006, 2:52 pm
Four4me, thanks for your help. I've tried all that and all I get is the yellow background to reply but no dialogue box.

Before that I got the dialogue box, entered a post but when I hit post reply it wouldn't do it.

That summertime Xmas gift is a real good idea. I'll have to work on that angle. They complain about the computer on a daily basis, so this way they can get a new one to use, not have to buy me anything at Xmas and I'll even throw my birthday presents in there.

That sounds like a good plan...thanks!
konaneComment by konane - July 25, 2006, 11:18 pm
Rick if you can, get one loaded with XP Pro which is about $50 more than regular XP.

Microsoft is offering support for XP Pro for 7 years after they release their new OS, Vista, but will offer support only 2 years for regular XP. Kim Komando put that info in her newsletter.

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