Solamar wrote:Sigh. I guess new/infrequent posters are not appreciated here. Either that or my posts are not making it through. I have not seen any responses at all to my questions. Discouraging.
New posters are appreciated, welcomed embraced (and even graphed!) here, but it's extremely easy to get lost in this particular thread for a few reasons:
The first post(s?) from any new members are invisible until released by the moderators, to guard against spambots. You just have to
When they appear, they appear in their original position in the thread. In most threads this is not an issue, but this particular thread moves =fast=
, so your post is likely to be several pages back. Many will have passed that spot before your post becomes visible, and since the thread is moving so fast, it is uncommon for people to leisurely stroll back and thereby see it (and even if they do, they may not even recognize it in the blitz). Just quote your first post in a new post, and people will see it. For perspective, when I came across the post I quoted, it was already three pages behind the event horizon.
As you can probably tell (a hundred pages a week!) there is a lot going on. If you've been lurking, you probably already have a sense of it. If this is your first time reading, there have been a number of resources created for newcomers; most of them are linked at the wiki
Ted Logdon wrote:Call me technologically impaired, but some of these posts imply there is a way to see past images of "Time".
What am I missing?
The Book of Aubron
, and other tools listed in the wiki mentioned above.
(Some frequent poster probably should put the wiki in his or her sig)