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  • Doug Nelson
    Question: What is "Thread hijacking"?
    by Doug Nelson
    Thread hijacking is a term I just found for an old problem: radical departure from the topic of a thread. I guess a lot of folks view a thread as a discussion between them and one or two others, like a little chat room. But it just ain't so.

    A lot of users join because they find a thread...
    07-05-2003, 11:02 AM
  • OlProfBear
    Violated the Unwritten Law? or what ...
    by OlProfBear
    Last Saturday I posted:

    http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/sho...6043#post76043


    ... and not ONE person responded, even to say something rude.

    Now, I figure I must have violated the Unwritten Law or maybe even a Written Law that lurks here...
    11-18-2004, 05:48 PM
  • ljung37
    Authors and replies
    by ljung37
    I'm new here and am a bit confused about certain things.
    In many postings you Doug Nelson stands as the author, but
    when i look i can see that in fact other people started the thread.
    So why do you stand as the author?
    Also in some cases it says there are 0 replies, but when...
    09-05-2001, 05:46 AM
  • DJ Dubovsky
    Threads going unnoticed
    by DJ Dubovsky
    I know I'm not the only one who has noticed that every now and then someone will post a thread that will go totally unnoticed. I don't know exactly why this happens but I thought I would bring it to everyones attention. If you post a thread and notice no one answers it or no on responds to one of...
    12-17-2001, 09:31 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    Question: What is a "Bump"?
    by Doug Nelson
    The vast majority of forum users rely on the "new posts" page to determine what they'll read. For various reasons, this means perfectly useful and interesting threads can sometimes die an early death. Placing a post in these threads will "bump" them, and make them appear in the "new...
    05-05-2002, 11:39 PM
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