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 02-25-2004, 06:02 Post: 77836
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I can't seem to get this post to....post.
Continue to get warning "no advertising or email addresses allowed".
There are niether in my reply to kjmorgans post. Just solid info that he could use.
I'm bummed-out.
Can anyone advise?
Have left msg at "site chat" yesterday, no respons.
I'm sure it's something I'm doing/not doing.

Thanks for the help.
This is frustrating.

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 02-25-2004, 08:53 Post: 77860
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I haven't had this problem but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist. At the top of the page is an email link. You might use it to send email to Dennis for help. I'm sure he will want to see the text you are trying to post.






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Certain symbols set off that warning, like the little circled "a" above the "2" on your keyboard. I use (a) when trying to transmit an e-mail address and it slips through, or I spell out "dot com".

Try cleaning all the internet commands and symbols out of the message.






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 02-25-2004, 13:42 Post: 77905
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I have written to Dennis w/no response.
I thought of the "symbol" possibility but truly thought that on today's bbs's that wouldn't be a problem. Now thatI think of it.......I tried to post the first half on one post and the second...let's see...yeah, second half (not like hockey where they have 3 halfs) on the following post. The first was OK, second not OK. Second contains that shift/2 symbol. Bummer. It's my favorite keystroke! I work a swing shift amd was writing about 3 am. Orbably too toasted to catch on. But I'm sure that's it.

Thanks fella's.

Raining today. Need canopy for tractor fun. Until then I have this nice 5x7 tarp with two vision holes that goes over the top of operator like so many make-shift ghost costumes. Beauty is that it comes in silver, green, brown, and blue.

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