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Help, Suggestions, Future of The D-Word

Difficulties with The D-Word? If you can't find the right answers on our Help page, please post in this topic. Ideas for future D-Word releases or projects can be posted here as well.

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Christopher Pavsek
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

whoah! that's cool.


Ben Kempas
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

Marj - as I said elsewhere, I think it doesn't like the "&" sign. We might have to rename the topic the Doc Bar and Grill.

Riley - I suspect this has to do with your sign-up for a third account after we already imported two different ones. Seems like Peter needs to do some database clean-up...


Riley Morton
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

you are probably right, Ben.
sorry about the headache.

bigger photo didn't work.


Margot Roth
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

Ben I don't see the blue question mark... maybe only the hosts have it? I see the reply, link, and tag icons only.

Also, I'm all for a strikethrough function, but could it be changed to some other code-- so peeps using dashes don't do it accidentally?

Last but not least, D-Worders got mad memory skillz!!!! Yes, that's a pile of bananas my artist pal Doug Fishbone assembled in NY. (He's done them all over the world, actually.) It was a photo I had handy on my desktop. But if the peeps want the eyelid pictures, I can certainly oblige.....


Marj Safinia
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

Margot - blue questions mark in the top right hand corner of this yellow posting box


Margot Roth
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

Ahhh! thanks Marj


Peter Gerard
Wed 12 Sep 2007Link

I'll fix the formatting thing in due time. It's not meant to strikethrough unless there's white-space on either side so that you can still have a double-dash.

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Margot Roth
Thu 13 Sep 2007Link

So, this is a question re: public/private topics. This topic is public, right... but if there's a link in here to another thread that's in the private area, what happens when non-members click on that link?


Christopher Pavsek
Thu 13 Sep 2007Link

is there only a "Public" "introduce yourself" topic. Perhaps a private one would be good?


Peter Gerard
Thu 13 Sep 2007Link

In reply to Margot Roth's post on Thu 13 Sep 2007 :

If Enthusiasts visit a link to a Members-only topic they will not be allowed in.


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