about how to navigate this site. I guess if I stumble around enough I;ll get it figured out.


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Comment by Daniel Long on March 27, 2018 at 9:57pm

Me too. There are a lot of ways to communicate and sometimes it can get confusing. I normally get onto the "home" page and scroll down to see what nefarious characters are online and try and comment in the "Main Room" section. Other than that you can comment on anyone's posts in the main page scroll.

Comment by postman on March 27, 2018 at 2:08pm

Mike Arnold,

Biggest prob is the banner picture, makes it easy to get confused. 

Comment by Mike Arnold on March 27, 2018 at 1:30pm

  Thanks, postman. My first experience with blogging so I'll eventually catch on.

Comment by postman on March 27, 2018 at 12:51pm

Hello Mike Arnold,

I know the feeling. I will help what I can. Your post which Is actually a blog. One of the permisions allow members to reply to your blog, and you theirs. From the Home left is display of recent photos and below is latest activity. To the right is your member profile control, below members list, going down until "blogs" appear again. For lack of a better term a site map.

Under the header pic is the "menu", specifically join a "Group" (vehicle specific for the most part), then is "RV Forums" (issue and vehicle specific). Hope this helps.



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