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Help needed in basic forum navagation to obtain answers by Art Paulson
Post New Message I have arrived here before however when I was only able to see questions and zero answers and or replies I left. But again I end up here and this time will ask anyone for help in understanding how this forum is laid out/works. In my Google Chrome web browser, under Windows 7, I see a topic listed followed by several icons on left side of a page from book, and on right the name of person who posted this ? question(s). I have yet to run into any areas where a response is shown, or listed. Let me try and show you an example
at this URL
From this page I would select the very top/first item "Manuals and diagrams,etc. by Terry Marteney" and once I have arrived see
the standard results of over 200 entries, book page icons on left side that creep over toward the right side as you go down the list.
Each is a different person asking a question for help on something related to the main topic, here it is "diagrams or manuals for something, etc." No matter what you select it never shows you anyones contributions, no answers, only questions. Am I missing something here? Many of these mechanic forums want your credit card and a fee to allow you to obtain answers that someone has left to help someone in need of assistance.or a photo, part number, etc. Anyway, if ANYONE understands what I am doing here right or wrong, please be so kind as to direct me in a path that will get me pointed in the right direction, and hopefully you will not ask me for my credit card number to answer this question ! Im pretty good at fixing laptops and hard drives, recovering corrupted data, but navagating web forums nowdays has become a real nightmare for me at age 68. CSERVE in the early 90's was so much easier to use.
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