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Windows 7: Bumping

28 Feb 2010   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bare Foot Kid View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mitchell65 View Post
I am a member of a number of specialist Fora (Yes that is the correct word for the plural of Forum!) and run one small one myself and all of them make "Bumping" and "Shouting" strictly against the Forum Rules. I have searched and cannot find reference to these two in this Forum? I have a copy of the Rules that I agreed to on registering and they are not mentioned there!
Any views?

The staff here does an excellent job, just let them handle it.
I agree The staff does do an excellent job :)
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28 Feb 2010   #12

Win7 HP x64

but make sure your not going to actively look for people who don't follow the rules exactly. tattle tailing is for kids. the mods have their job, let them do it.
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28 Feb 2010   #13

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

I would say that after 24 hours, it would be more proper to bump your thread by including more information that may be more helpful to someone to be able to help you with the problem.

Simply posting "bump" or some silly meassage to bump the thread will usually not get you help with it since no one probably knew how to help to begin with. More information may though.

Just my thoughts.
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