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Advice for new users #44
Fri Aug 31, 2001 9:20 PM
Fri Aug 31, 2001 9:20 PM
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First of all I would like to welcome all the new users that have signed on, I count 9 of you so far in the last 24 hours, that must be some kind of Highway record!!

I noticed quite a few of the new users reading posts in flat mode. Might I suggest that you go to your preferences in your Control Panel and choose the Threaded view? You may find that it is easier to follow the flow of the discussions.

Again, welcome, and I am looking forward to your contributions to the discussions. Enjoy!


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Re: Advice for new users [Re: RefDoc] #45
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Thanks for the welcome. I like the way this looks, although it is going to take awhile to get used to.<br><br>Look forward to participating.<br><br>Mac

Re: Advice for new users #46
Sat Sep 01, 2001 9:49 AM
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Let me extend to you a personal greeting to The Highway Discussion Board

We are certainly sympathetic to your present "pain" and "disorientation" , for this board software is relatively new to us too; we have only had it since April of this year. The old board that many of us were accustomed to using was significantly different. The "adjustment" period however was quite short after we began to discover how user friendly this board is, the speed that things load (when the server isn't having problems, hehe), and the myriad personal options that made us feel right at home.

We do have a HELP Forum which you probably already noticed, where you can ask virtually any question [img]http://www.the-highway.com/Smileys/help.gif" align="absmiddle[/img] about these boards with no guarantee you will get a satisfactory answer! [Linked Image] But seriously we are more than able and willing to offer advice, assistance or even an argument if you are so inclined [Linked Image] so as to make your participation here an enjoyable one. [img]http://www.the-highway.com/Smileys/cheers.gif" align="absmiddle[/img]


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Thanks! [Re: RefDoc] #47
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Glad to receive such a warm welcome! Hopefully those of us migrating from ummm, elsewhere, have learned our manners well and will be a positive addition to your boards!

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Just another refugee from elsewhere in Reformed cyberspace, trudging in to pitch a tent on the edge of camp. Have enjoyed visiting The Highway a number of times, but just registered. Looking at the user list I see a number of familiar names. <br><br>I'll probably be an infrequent poster the next couple of months due to a pending hospital stay, and as a newbie I should mainly listen and get to know folks first, and get accustomed to the interface. But I'd like to become more involved after that.<br><br>I've had a link to your site on GraceOPC.net for some time now, but really without knowing too much about you. Where can I find out more about the founding and history of The Highway, and about Pilgrim?

Re: Advice for new users [Re: RefDoc] #49
Tue Sep 04, 2001 9:46 PM
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Thank you! Its very nice of you to make us feel so welcome, and so very comfortable. I'm liking it already!<br><br>Susan


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