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  • Question: What's the difference between 'New Thread' and 'Post Reply'?

    'Post Reply' will append your message at the end of the posts you're reading at the time. 'New Thread' will start a new chain of posts with no link to the messages you're reading at the time.
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    Re: Question: What's the difference between 'New T

    I did that but when i reviewed my post it didn't show it on there. How do you get from that last step to putting it on my post for people to click on? Sorry for my silly questions! Thanks for that link that was great info.

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      Re: Question: What's the difference between 'New T

      Navigate to the subforum you want to post to (Salon, Retouching, etc.) and click New Thread. Type in your thread title and your message and the click Submit New Thread.

      There's a practice forum at the bottom of the forum list called Testing. You can try out anything you like there privately (no one can see your posts there except you and the moderators).
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        Re: Question: What's the difference between 'New T

        hi guys,
        i have just joined.sounds good to me!!!!!!!!!!!

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          Re: Question: What's the difference between 'New T

          Hi everyone. I'm so excited to be part of this website. I'm from Ontario Canada, and am interested in facial photoshop, also how to remove a subject from a picture. Thanks

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