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    Bob Tascione
    Moderator
    • Topics Started: 38
    • Total Posts: 1553

    Sorry all. Forum took a hit when service provider upgraded PHP version on April 1. Some functions such as ability to post anything were not functioning. I was also locked out from posting even as an admin so it was very frustrating not to be able to let visitors know what was going on. Looks like we’re up and running again though, finally.
    We are actively working on moving the forum over to http://LearnTimeOnline.com . The new forum will be a much better format as well as social community streams, user groups, messaging, and more.
    I’ll keep everyone posted on the progress.
    Thanks to all for all the input and help in getting things going again!
    Looks like we have a lot of posting and catching up to do now.
    Wasn’t looking forward to fighting this for another weekend so this turned out to be a very good Friday!

    Take care everyone,
    Bob

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    Anonymous
    • Topics Started: 14
    • Total Posts: 129

    Thanks Bob.
    It worked this time!
    I posted a reply to Teds question HOW MUCH TO CHARGE? and it went through this time.
    I bet you would rather work on a watch or clock than fixing a forum. :)

    Dan

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    bromega
    Participant
    • Topics Started: 2
    • Total Posts: 5

    I cannot post anything. I’ve tried to post questions about a lathe I bought. No luck uploading pictures or text. Am I doing something wrong?

    Raymond

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    bromega
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    • Topics Started: 2
    • Total Posts: 5

    I was able to make a post today right after making the above post. I didn’t do anything different today than I did last week. When my post went through on this thread I decided to try to make my lathe post. It worked. Please disregard the above post on this thread.

    Raymond

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