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Suggestion for techies 3 years 9 months ago #309117

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Hello chaps (and chapess) Yes, it's me again with another question. Wouldn't it make more sense to have the 'New Members' section right at the very top?   We've had quite a few new members join recently, and not all of them put an introductory post on.  Whilst there's no law saying they have to (unless it's buried in amongst the umpteen 'must/must not dooes' [dooes? is that a word?  well it is now, i've just invented it lol] of the forum rules), it's always nice to have someone introduce themselves and tell us a bit about them (we do like to be nosy).  If the New Members forum was at the top, it might encourage people (new members and existing members alike, welcoming new members) to use it more. I shall go back to blanching and freezing carrots now, lol.
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Suggestion for techies 3 years 9 months ago #309118


Parksy was already ahead of you on that one, and it was on the list, but in combination with trying to order all the forums in order of popularity (which I haven't worked out yet).
However, just for you, I shall move new members to the top...
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Suggestion for techies 3 years 9 months ago #309119

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Wow!  If only all my wishes came true that quickly, easily and painlessly!!  Well done JD, and thank you
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Suggestion for techies 3 years 9 months ago #309120


Just the flicker of an eyelid and a cute femanine smile works wanders

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Suggestion for techies 3 years 9 months ago #309121

colin bridgend wrote:
cute feminine smile
Aw thanks (blushes)
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Suggestion for techies 3 years 9 months ago #309122

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colin bridgend wrote:
Just the flicker of an eyelid and a cute femanine smile works wanders
 
I know Colin, it's only since I shaved off my moustache
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