subject: how do I respond to someone elses response of my original post?
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Robert L. Sharp 2/1/2004 7:17:02 PM
It is very easy. Simply scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on the
box that says,"post a reply", and then type in that persons name so he/she
will know you are replying to them, click submit at the bottom when you are
finished, and away you go. You can do this under any heading in the forum.
lluminati 2/1/2004 7:24:49 PM
But wouldnt you agree that its set-up wierd? The person may not scroll through all those post to find his reply. In other boards its different with the reply of a reply being clearly seen.
Robert L. Sharp 2/1/2004 7:39:44 PM
Maybe I don't understand what you are asking.
If you look at the very left, you will see the various headings or subjects. Right?
When you post a reply to any of the subjects, your name will be inserted in the
column that says LATEST POST. Next is a column that says VIEWS. That simply
tells the forum how many people have viewed a particular heading. Next is a
column that says REPLIES. That is the number of people that actually reply to
a certain heading. Next is the column for DATE/TIME. Whenever someone
replies to a heading, or posts a new one, the date and time will go in there.
If you want to reply to a particular person about a particular subject, do what I
said before. Just click on the box at the bottom of any page that says POST A
REPLY. A box will open up. Type in the name of the person who you would like to
reply to, type your mesage, and hit the submit box at the bottom.
If a subject has say for example 38 replies, and you want to go to the 35th one,
just click on the little box on the page that says LAST, and it will take you to the
last page, instead of having to scroll down through each page until you get
to the 35th one. Hope this clears it up for you. After you catch on, you will
find it is really a simple to use format.
lluminati 2/1/2004 7:44:03 PM
Ok Robert I understand it but it just seems wierd to me.
Robert L. Sharp 2/1/2004 7:49:06 PM
Yes, that's because this is a wierd, spooky, bone chilling, spine tingling,
nerve wracking, gut wretching, mind boggling site.