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suthern
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0 posted 02-07-2001 11:51 AM       View Profile for suthern   Email suthern   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for suthern

I saw on your "Bear with me" post that you wanted reminders. *S* I've already sent a trouble ticket. And I know this isn't a high priority to anyone but me... but help would be appreciated!

From my dinosaur at home, I have to be quiet... I can't post! I can get the box and type in my name and password and message... and I can see the 4 little check boxes ending with Disable Smilies... but nothing then but the colored bar... the Preview, Submit Reply, and Clear Field buttons aren't visible and when I try to scroll down to where the submit button would be, my computer freezes big time... It takes a reboot to bring it back to life.

This is very much like netpoets was doing during the last few months of housing the forums... Along
about early to mid-November, I realized that while I could still post, any attempt to edit at home meant a freeze-up... so my mistakes remained obvious and if I remembered something else I wanted to say, I had to post a new reply. Editing the old one wasn't possible. I don't know if the problems are related... just letting you know. *S*

So... basically my problem (though it may be a blessing for others *G*) is that I can read poems at home, but when I do, I'm wearing a muzzle... I can't post a new topic and can't respond to poems. I knew that situation would drive me screaming to the 'stute if Toe showed up... I'd be tearing out my hair and gnawing my computer table at the very least! LOL. But I learned this past weekend that being quiet isn't fun even if he's not around... nothing makes me want to comment like knowing I can't. LOL. So I had to quit even reading at home... stomping, moaning, and reciting my profanity vocabulary don't relieve my frustration but do send the cats scurrying for shelter. *S* If there's anything you can do to restore my weekend refuge, I'd really appreciate it... Otherwise, I'm limited to what moments I can steal from work or find at the library.



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WhtDove
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1 posted 02-07-2001 08:19 PM       View Profile for WhtDove   Email WhtDove   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit WhtDove's Home Page   View IP for WhtDove

Ruth once again my deepest apology to you.
Never was it my intent to hurt you. I'm sorry  



[This message has been edited by WhtDove (edited 02-08-2001).]
 
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