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    Additions to the New Post Form - PLEASE USE IT -

    Our Flashkit tech guy, JPnyc has been kind enough to give us a new tool in the "New Post" form page that will make everyones life easier. So let's all please use it. What it is, is a series of Radio buttons above the Title entry box for the new post that automatically adds the version of Flash you are using and asking questions about, when you check one of them. And it will show in the main forum listings, in the title of your new thread. Everyone can tell at a glance what version your question pertains to. As you can imagine, this will save a lot of trouble as we go along. So let's all please use this great new feature.

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    Additions to the New Post Form - PLEASE USE IT -

    Our Flashkit tech guy, JPnyc has been kind enough to give us a new tool in the "New Post" form page that will make everyones life easier. So let's all please use it. What it is, is a series of Radio buttons above the Title entry box for the new post that automatically adds the version of Flash you are using and asking questions about, when you check one of them. And it will show in the main forum listings, in the title of your new thread. Everyone can tell at a glance what version your question pertains to. As you can imagine, this will save a lot of trouble as we go along. So let's all please use this great new feature.

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