Forum is not user friendly

Anything about use of this forum : NOT about cycling
K1566
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Forum is not user friendly

Postby K1566 » 5 Mar 2020, 2:28pm

Having posted on here a few times I don't find it very easy to use. Having posted an advert how do I remove it should I wish to?
They're us no obvious link to my posts.
I may be just thick but it's quite frustrating

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Re: Forum is not user friendly

Postby mjr » 5 Mar 2020, 2:59pm

Link to your posts: click or hover to open the "≡ Quick links" menu top left ish in the header, then "Your posts".

To remove your own post, view it and click the X in its top right - this may not be possible if there are replies. If you really want it removed, click the ! in its top right and ask the moderators to delete it for you, but they may not have time or may feel that it should remain for some reason.

Adverts are removed after 30 days of no activity anyway, I think.
MJR, mostly pedalling 3-speed roadsters. KL+West Norfolk BUG incl social easy rides http://www.klwnbug.co.uk
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Re: Forum is not user friendly

Postby admin » 5 Mar 2020, 3:27pm

This forum works with the well-known phpBB forum software.

If you get stuck with something, ask here or Google what you want to do with the keyword "phpBB" included.

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Re: Forum is not user friendly

Postby Vorpal » 5 Mar 2020, 3:39pm

I have removed your advert that was edited to say 'withdrawn'. Please let me know if you would like it restored to the for sale board.
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Re: Forum is not user friendly

Postby horizon » 5 Mar 2020, 4:43pm

That's pretty amazing service IMV! Brilliant!
When the pestilence strikes from the East, go far and breathe the cold air deeply. Ignore the sage, stay not indoors. Ho Ri Zon 12th Century Chinese philosopher

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Re: Forum is not user friendly

Postby Cowsham » 5 Mar 2020, 5:13pm

I'll never complain about phpBB they have it sussed -- I've seen the results of when the numpties take control. Bikeradar is a classic example of how to [mess] it up. A couple of other hobby sites I was on did the same -- they are gone forever.
Last edited by Graham on 5 Mar 2020, 5:16pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: FFE . . .family-friendly edit

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Re: Forum is not user friendly

Postby hamish » 6 Mar 2020, 8:35pm

I think it works really well.

Singletrack forum is much more annoying.