whoah! that's cool.
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.
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...
you are probably right, Ben.
sorry about the headache.
bigger photo didn't work.
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.....
Margot - blue questions mark in the top right hand corner of this yellow posting box
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.
(Hidden section for the technically interested...)
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?
is there only a "Public" "introduce yourself" topic. Perhaps a private one would be good?
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.