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Re: Post Count

Post by eyoungren » 02 Aug 2018, 15:07

max.peter wrote:
02 Aug 2018, 14:25
Hello Erik,

It's god to see you here again!
Hi Max!!!

How are things in your area of the world?
Erik Youngren • Pueblo Publishers, Composing Manager
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Re: Post Count

Post by eyoungren » 02 Aug 2018, 15:11

UtahLlama wrote:
02 Aug 2018, 14:50
yay
the count is going backwards I'm down to 58 including this one.
I guess this is expected behaviour from a program named after a fundamental physics particle :D (or cheese :lol: )
Eric, maybe the lost posts are still out there wasn't there a deeper way of searching with google?.
I found one of my previous avatar's first posts on his forum dated Nov2004 but I swear it was about 2001
Hmmm…I suppose you could do a search in Google using "forums.quark.com". That might reveal some buried stuff.

I don't recall avatars in 2001 though. Quark was using some weird forum software then and to be honest I was a real neophyte with forums back then so I never got around to putting one in for myself during that time period.
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Re: Post Count

Post by max.peter » Today, 02:37

eyoungren wrote:
02 Aug 2018, 15:07
max.peter wrote:
02 Aug 2018, 14:25
Hello Erik,

It's god to see you here again!
Hi Max!!!

How are things in your area of the world?
Thank you for asking.
Not quite good, unfortunately.
I'm fighting with illness, and working and playing with QXP to forget this. :cry:
Every day is a good day to learn something new.

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