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Welcome to our new home :)

We made it ! Happy

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Can't make an NT post????

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NT - Only a do-it-yourself LOL

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(NT) (NT) What is an NT post?
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Sunny, Why Dredge Up This 18 Month Old Post?

It would have been easier to simply post a new topic.

That said, an NT post means "No Text". There is no text in the message and it contains only the subject line.

That said, occasionally you'll find an NT post that "isn't". It actually contains text in the message section. That's caused by a mistake by the forum software. It happens when a member presses the "Enter" key to preview the message when there is only a subject, then goes back and adds text later on. If the member forgets to remove the (NT) added, it will then remain in the subject line.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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LOL I did a double take, I was wondering

where we had moved to until I looked at the date on Marianna's post. LOL

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And had you not posted this fact...

I'd still be double-taking!! :^O

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Re:Welcome to our new home :)

thank youHappy

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