Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by tltay2005, Feb 21, 2015.
Go the specific Forum > Post New Thread [it's a green box/button] and begin with the title etc.
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Wow I couldn't figure out why it wouldn't work, I was getting frustrated. Thank you!
That explains why I can't change it. Thanks!
Thanks for this info. It was very helpful to know that it requires 10 posts.
Very helpful! Thanks!
Need to get my posts up too I guess.
Thank you! I've been trying to add a picture for months (been at nine posts...).
Good tip. Thanks!
I've been trying for a while.
I'm glad you showed us how to do it.
Now... Let's see. How to get my posts up to 10? tee hee
Almost there. One more to go.
I hope this works! Thanks again to you all for the help. I appreciate it.
Just for future reference for others wanting to up their post count - we have a Test Board for doing that (so as not to clutter up other boards):
Glad I found this thread. I've just spent half an hour trying to figure out how to add a picture on my own. I feel silly, haha! That's ok though. If it's more posts it wants, then more posts it will get. I'm a newbie anyway, so it's only fair I should literally have to "earn my ears." I wondered what that meant under my profile. Everything makes more sense now.
"Earning my ears" refers to new DISboards members. You don't reach the next level until you have certain number of posts. Sorry, can't recall what that number was.
OK, went and looked it up:
Earning My Ears - Minimal Posts: 0
Mouseketeer: Minimal Posts: 75
DIS Veteran: 500
You can also go into your profile and change that title, if you want.
Thanks so much for looking it up! So, bare with me here because I'm still a little confused by the term posts. Does that mean replying to discussion threads (like I'm doing right now - HI!) or actually starting my own? Because replying I can definitely do. I have no idea what I would even say in 75 different discussion threads of my own making. LOL
Every time you hit "post reply" that's a post. Whether it's on a new thread you've started, or on someone else's thread.
A thread is a long line of posts creating a discussion.
Separate names with a comma.