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Yes, If you notice this thread does use the <code> tag, instead of <pre> :o)
Jeffa already asked me about it.

As for the posting on the same thread, I am new to this forum, I have been visiting here for a long time, but never read posts, or posted anything, so did not know how it works, in addition to that, it seemed like everytime I posted, I could never see my post, where I posted it. I don't know if it's just not in real time, or if the server is just terribly slow, or what.

So, with that being the case, I started a new thread, "Updating" where I was at, so it would show up, where people would see it, as I don't know if the threads are posted in order of original date, or last posted date. And I was not able to see where my thread was in the first place to just hit reply, I had to go search under my posts to find them. Not something I think anyone would do on this forum.

That is why I did it. I would really like it if someone explained how they are sorted, so I'll know how they actually work.

I've made several mistakes, because I was unaware of how this forum posts things and such. I did read the information they provide too, but it did not help in understanding how, when and where the posts were posted.

Anyways, enough of this. I know how to post now, but still would like to know where they go when I hit submit, because I don't see them in the thread, only where it takes me right after I post.

thx,
Richard


In reply to Re: Apache::Session problem update... by powerhouse
in thread Apache::Session problem update... by powerhouse

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