11-07-2019 08:08 PM
I am new to this site and want to post a comment on an existing topic but don't know how?
Guess this is a new post here but want to know how to add to existing discussion, I did it yesterday but now can't work out how
Can someone help with these basics please
11-30-2019 01:56 PM
I've stumbled around this forum for a few days now and everyone seems more interested in how to gain in prestige rather than the basics. I may be stupid or senile but I am still trying to participate in learning how to use this forum, either for my own needs or to try & help others. Sorry I haven't done the latter in your case but sometimes it just helps to co-miserate!! How 's that for a word? Anyway maybe I'll get some help or Flack from someone that will help, to point me, in the right direction. It seems I and quite a few others aren't as familiar with present day technological advances as the everyday community users. For me, it has been about fifteen years since I was active in a forum. That is a lifetime, or several lifetimes, for technology. Anyway I am trying to update my knowledge base to meet the existing level, so maybe we can both benefit from this existing gathering of knowledge. I will try to communicate any progress I make and ask that you do the same.
11-30-2019 06:39 PM
Dude, I've been around these boards for over 15 years... Started with Palm.com devices! Before that, I was involved with apple //e computers...
I feel your pain. We "progenitors" of this "high-tech" generation have no idea what it was like back "in the olden days" of dial-up modems, and 1200 baud limits...
Your post however, is in the area to offer "improvements to the Forum", aka Bug reports. If you ever want to chat, contact me via PM in this Forum. (Look for the tiny envelope icon in the top right corner)...
I am a Volunteer here, not employed by HP.
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12-01-2019 04:47 PM
Thanks for your reply. I respect your volunteering and your "over15 years of" participation but my name is not "Dude" and any respect you've earned by your years of participation in this forum is lessened by your use of the term "Dude", in my humble opinion.
I was attempting to find some guidance on how to use the forum, and did not mean to "dis" anyone. That is why my post reply was in the "community feedback". If I've offended you or anyone, I would like to apologize When I did a search on "how to post" it came back with the message I replied to. By the way, how do I get to the "improvements to the Forum" section? I have not seen any links to it.
I have flagged some messages as "good info for new members"