Nice to see some familiar faces. Heres a towel, you look wet
I think your last sentence sums it up for all of us MR Forum-goers.dgwinup said:Hello, fellow refugees.
I've been registered on this forum for a while and visit occassionally and rarely post. I guess I'm just not used to navigating this forum. There are so many topics to choose from it's hard to decide where to start. I'm in N scale, so that's where I've spent most of my time. Since I prefer a more general discussion area, I guess I'll be spending time in this topic.
Grande Man, you are a busy fellow. If you've been posting here like you did on our old forum, you must be spending a lot of time exercising your fingers on the keyboard! And I thought I spent a lot of time on-line!
To modelrailroadforum.com, thanks for being so generous and inviting us in. I hope everyone benefits from this exchange.
It's going to take me a while to get used to all the options here. I hope I don't disturb the peace!
Darrell, lost and quiet...for now
Darrell, glad to see you here! Be sure to try out the "new posts" button at the top of the page if you have any trouble navigating thru the forums. It's a nice, time saving feature of the board's software.dgwinup said:It's going to take me a while to get used to all the options here.
Okay, stupid question...How do you do the screenshots, as shown in the post above?CBCNSfan said:I find for checking on what I might have missed I use the drop down menu from "Active Topics" There are a lot of choices there, for myself although I'm on every day I like the three day one best. Being nosey I don't want to miss out.
Use the "Print Screen" button on your keyboard. Usually shown as "Prnt Scrn" and it's often a shift function. The placement on the keyboard varies too...seeing as I'm on a laptop right now I can't be certain, but I think on most standard keyboards it's in the group of keys with "Page Up" and "Home" etc., between the number pad and the traditional Qwerty letters.uspscsx said:Okay, stupid question...How do you do the screenshots, as shown in the post above?
Nope! no stupid questions, just stupid answers sometimesby uspscsx
Okay, stupid question
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