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carjunky
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Apr 19, 2005, 12:13 PM

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Hi I'd like the opinion of some of our visits on the effects of the descriptions in the main forum section. Do you feel that the sub-captions, or otherwise the descriptions are helping or more of hurting the forums look?

We are trying to make this a very user friendly forum so any advice would be great thanks.

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Tom Greenleaf
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Apr 19, 2005, 7:54 PM

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Format seems pretty good! It is going to take users a while to get used to anything new. I suggest go slow and easy on changes. I get "auto respond" and reply wherever something shows up for now.- if I think I can help.

In short - so far so good as I see it, Tom
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carjunky
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Apr 19, 2005, 10:50 PM

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I agree change will take time, I think one of the biggest advantages to this board is the fact that you can see the new post as well as seach through post by keywords or by user. But in the long run it will take time. I must admit it does help having you and Dan, on the boards daily to help with most the questions as well as a few other posters.

One a different note, Tom you have the most post on this new board by more then Double , next followed by me and then Dan very close behind.




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