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Old 01-04-2020, 12:44 PM #1
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Testing, testing. No recent posts?

Is this forum still up and running?
I liked the old forum format, why change it?
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Yes we are still up and running. But for several years now, people have been posting less here and more elsewhere.

What I like about this forum is the historical perspective that it gives with thousands of posts over 14 years. The search facilities are very good. I like it when something new happens that makes it worth posting to a thread originally started over 5 years ago.

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If the new style format or color does not work for you , you can change that easily..
You can sample the other styles at the bottom of the page - usually lower left corner- a drop down option when you click it.

If you need more help with changing the style let us know..
more info here -
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