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There of late is a rather increased amount of questions in relation to repairs, have you considered making a sub forum for covering repairs and general questions relating to mechanical issues

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mirwa wrote:There of late is a rather increased amount of questions in relation to repairs, have you considered making a sub forum for covering repairs and general questions relating to mechanical issues

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Steve
This is an excellent idea.
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I've had some similar thoughts. I would support creating another sub-forum topic covering repair and maintenance. I think there is probably enough traffic about repairs to justify it. It certainly will make it easier to find for those who are interested in the these topics.
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Great idea, lets see what the boss says!

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Classitar wrote:Great idea, lets see what the boss says!
So, any word from the boss?
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He intends to, I believe we will see a new subforum before too long.

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Repair forum is up, but it comes up with you dont have permissions to view

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Thanks for your patience!
Hopefully we can get through this glitch in allegro!

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If anyone has recommendations about moving posts to the new forum, please let us know

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Hello. This truly makes my day - a repair forum is officially birthed! Thanks guys. I really am looking forward to this getting up and running as a knowledgebase or repository on the topic. I currently also do not have permission to access it.
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Still no access?
Looks like Tim was able to post.
We had a problem with access last week but thought it was resolved.
Can you try again and let us know?

Is anyone else having trouble with access?

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This is the message i get [You do not have the required permissions to read topics within this forum.]
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I had the same experience today before I was logged in.
Did you log in before you tried?

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I'm seeing the same problem. And yes, that's after logging in.

I just looked at the admin log, and it appears that you and Phineas were granted permission to it, but no one else. I could be mistaken, but it wouldn't hurt for admin to take a look at the permissions...
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Re: repair forum

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pied_piper wrote:I'm seeing the same problem. And yes, that's after logging in.

I just looked at the admin log, and it appears that you and Phineas were granted permission to it, but no one else. I could be mistaken, but it wouldn't hurt for admin to take a look at the permissions...
Cosy..., Classitar & Phinease! :D
Do remember to let us in too, please. :mrgreen:

THANKS TIS WORKING FINALLY!
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