Hi Don, good question. We also use Twitter.donfrench wrote:If I understand it right, we have a Google group, this forum, and a blog. It is hard to know where to post a question to the group. Wouldn't it be better if there was a single place to post? I ended up posting my request for help making molds to both this forum and the Google Groups forum and might have posted to the blog if I could have figured out how. Which of the three has the most exposure or should I just continue posting duplicate (or triplicate) messages?
Sorry 'bout that. I was referring to this forum as the bulletin board.donfrench wrote:Well now you have confused me. Which one do you consider the bulletin board - this forum, the Google Groups group, the blog, or something entirely else that I do not know about?
Doug, I have had the same thought about the forum link. I can probably change it. I wouldn't necessarily say the rest of the Internet has underlined links, but we can perhaps mod our forum template for that. Personally, I have often in the past set my personal browser to not underline links, but present them in a different color. The author of the forum template apparently had that preference as well.Thorpedo wrote:I think it would be better to have the "Forum" link on the main website's header point to
instead of to
So people immediately see the new forum posts instead of a list of topic areas. They can easily go see the topic areas by clicking on Board Index in the forum.
Also, the forum should be fixed so that links show with underlines, like the rest of the internet. Currently they appear as slightly darker text.
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