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Created On: 02/21/2007 09:18 AM
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 02/21/2007 09:18 AM
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Hi all I am a new member as of last night and I now find that I have a no new message symbol but it has a small black dot in the centre and I cannot after 2 hours of searching find out what it means, all of the symbols appear at the bottom but none with the black dot. Also a couple of my posts have the word warn(0%) followed by 5 blocks. Can any one help, I don't know what I have done or how to fix it or where to find an explanation.
I don't know whether this is stopping me getting replies or what as I would like to get an answer to my last question. the title of the post is RAM SPEED.
 02/21/2007 11:29 AM
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A quick guide to the forum...

black dot in envelope = thread you have posted in

dark green envelope = thread you have yet to read

light green envelope = thread you have read

red envelope = hot topic

Warn (0%) means you've been a good lad.You should see that against all your posts only,not everyone elses.

Just keep using the forum and you'll soon get the hang of things and pick it up.Read the rules and use common sense and you'll fit in just fine.

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