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pothos.org is getting old...

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It is over 10 years since the first pothos.org site. The technology is archaic now but works nicely in my view. I was ahead of my time when I redid the site in 1999 since I did everything in XML. It should be possible to redo the menus and things in a new language like php which will continue to be supported, but I know I certainly do not have the time! I so have a proof of concept though ;-)
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Great! I was concerned

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Wonderful! I had wondered at how to reach the new forum but found that it came to life as soon as I hit forum. Here I am. I will play to learn how this all works but so far so good. Congratulations, Thomas, as it hasn't hurt a bit yet. Jan
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Pretty good, huh?

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Hi Jan,

Good to see you made it through! I was a bit nervous at first, but after a bit of looking around, trying things out, etc., I find this quite easy.

For me, the need to split threads seems a bit of a trial, and I'm not sure how exactly to do it; but I wouldn't call that a complaint, merely something I have to get used to.

Let's hope that we get some really good usage out of this new forum - it's bound to be slow for the next week or so, what with Easter holidays, etc ... but then things will hot up again.

All the best

Marcus
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sorry
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I am feeling helpless here.

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I have been emailing Andrew off-line and am not sure what the misunderstanding is here. Perhaps some companions can make some suggestions.
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Re: I am feeling helpless here.

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webmaster wrote:I have been emailing Andrew off-line and am not sure what the misunderstanding is here. Perhaps some companions can make some suggestions.
I was so wrong and I hope you got my last personal message;

Forgive my in-mature temper. I could live a hundred lifetimes and never be
the man you are today!

Yes set me up the user and password name you mentioned below and could you
delete the horrible two posts I recently generated?

And no way I will accept a refund from my donation. I'm truly sorry. Just
picture me with long ears and a tail (a mammoth JACK).

Best regards, Andrew

Thomas wrote:

Please log in with the ID beausefaless (625 posts) with the password
> ********* (you can then choose what you like) we want you back.
>
> humbly - hoping you will do it
>
> Thomas
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It is already done

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beausefaless is waiting for you, but since you have just posted the password for all to see(!) I have changed it and am emailing you the new one.

After all, we want the real beausefaless

Thomas ;-)
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registering

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Hello,
Just curious- I signed in with a new id etc.etc. because I couldn't seem to get my details right to access the original- think I have changed my e.mail address since I started and can't remember the original- anyway- I got a new one- but just out of curiosity, can I get my original one back?
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Re: registering

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dean wrote: just out of curiosity, can I get my original one back?
I have set it all up and sent you a personal email. Log in with dean and the password you just set for this Dean. ID and it should all work.
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beausefaless wrote:Please do, I'm receiving notification (in my hotmail) but it's for another
> person in the new forum, thanks for all your help!
Which email address? I am keen to iron out any errors like this since I am sure te transfer was not perfect. Do you know the user ID?

thanks
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Done!

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Done as you requested. :D
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