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    Complaint

    I registered and logged in. Then, I tried to post a message but was told that I wasn't logged in. That's irritating. I took the time and trouble to type three paragraphs only to be told that something was wrong. Now I know how an author who has had his manuscript stolen feels when told that he can just write it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niku View Post
    I registered and logged in. Then, I tried to post a message but was told that I wasn't logged in. That's irritating. I took the time and trouble to type three paragraphs only to be told that something was wrong. Now I know how an author who has had his manuscript stolen feels when told that he can just write it again.

    Well, welcome anyway!

    If you get long-winded on any Internet forum it's always a good idea to create your literary masterpiece in an e-mail or word-processing program, save it, and do a text dump into the forum post. If it was a well-crafted three paragraphs, you should be able to restate it easily, perhaps even better, the second time.

    Not really a good idea to come into someone's playground as a guest for free and complain about your inability to negotiate the terrain. Especially on your first post. So let's hear what you're dying to tell us!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by niku View Post
    I registered and logged in. Then, I tried to post a message but was told that I wasn't logged in. That's irritating. I took the time and trouble to type three paragraphs only to be told that something was wrong. Now I know how an author who has had his manuscript stolen feels when told that he can just write it again.
    This prolly should have been posted in "Forum Feedback"

    3 paras = a manuscript ??

    Wow...now I really want to read those 3 ......please repost them post haste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCCA View Post
    If you get long-winded on any Internet forum it's always a good idea to create your literary masterpiece in an e-mail or word-processing program, save it, and do a text dump into the forum post. If it was a well-crafted three paragraphs, you should be able to restate it easily, perhaps even better, the second time.

    Good advice!

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    However, after the first best seller (that no one read), he found a way to complain. Damn odd.

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    Nothing like a good toungue lashing to put this forum in its place.
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    I just met the same problem, when I read some threads and then I found I can't reply to the thread, I just want to know why?

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    Check your log in is saved.

    As to the noise a lot of the nice posters a lot of them are dead already.


    Quote Originally Posted by Malfunktion View Post
    I just met the same problem, when I read some threads and then I found I can't reply to the thread, I just want to know why?

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