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eliW

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It would be very useful to know "Who is online" at least on "Excel questions" forum. It is because this is the "heavy duty" forum and many times it is good to know when to post a question or send a reply, with no need to go back to main menu.

Regards,

Eli
This message was edited by eliW on 2002-08-26 07:06
This message was edited by eliW on 2002-08-29 04:14
 
hi

yeah i like that buddy system would be good then i could block my best mate Chris D!! he he ..

Its good i now have MSN and that drives me nuts funny messages from god alone knows who , so ive blocked everyone!

TIP i run 3 or 4 sessions of mrexcel so i can see exacly what and where i want.

Would be good thou, save a session for me anyrate!
 
That's already available. Look at the bottom of the Help Forum Index and it tells you who is currently online. Click on CURRENTLY BROWSING THE BOARDS and you can see which forum everyone is in.
This message was edited by Steve Hartman on 2002-08-25 06:08
 
Ah, I love when the OP edits his post and you end up looking like an idiot who didn't answer his question. I guess the lesson here is to always quote.
 
On 2002-08-26 06:58, Steve Hartman wrote:
Ah, I love when the OP edits his post and you end up looking like an idiot who didn't answer his question. I guess the lesson here is to always quote.

Sure. Whatever you say, Steve.

(Although the dates of the edit's also can be used as evidence in your favour :) )

_________________<font color = green> Mark O'Brien
This message was edited by Mark O'Brien on 2002-08-26 07:01
 
I've been wondering about stuff like that myself, actually.

Another forum I go to just recently switched over to php, except there, if you go into the individual forums, it says who is also on that page.

Which they then played up for the first couple of weeks, with posts of "Hi xxxx!" just because someone was on the board with them :)
 
On 2002-08-25 03:11, eliW wrote:
It would be very useful to know "Who is online" at least on "Excel questions" forum. It is because this is the "heavy duty" forum and many times it is good to know when to post a question or send a reply, with no need to go back to main menu.

Regards,

Eli
This message was edited by eliW on 2002-08-26 07:06

And now he has editted out evidence of his two previous edits. OK, Lesson learned and APPLIED!
 
On 2002-08-26 10:12, Steve Hartman wrote:
And now he has editted out evidence of his two previous edits. OK, Lesson learned and APPLIED!

Down, Steve, down! I believe you!

I saw his original post as well (I just didn't bother to reply to it at the time). You are not insane :)<font size="1">Edited to fix the quote tags.</font>
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This message was edited by Von Pookie on 2002-08-26 13:11
 
Steve

im with you, edit as add a bit sure, totally change it??????????? that don make none sence to me!
 

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