F.E.A.S.T's Around The Dinner Table forum

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Torie
Most of you will know this already, but since it took me a while to catch on to it, I thought I would offer the following tip:

After you have typed a reply and then hit "Post," you may want to scroll up to look at the previous message.  Sometimes someone posts a reply while you are typing, in which case, their reply will appear above yours and will go unnoticed unless you specifically scroll up to check.

This is particularly likely if your reply takes a while to compose, or on a thread that is very active at the moment.  Of course, these are exactly the times you are most likely to be interested in reading every reply.

Hugs to all,

-Torie
"We are angels of hope, of healing, and of light. Darkness flees from us." -YP 
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CED123
And sometimes the email version of a reply on your thread doesn’t show the whole message. It took me a while to realise that. It seems to always cut Tina off 😁
Currently no light; only tunnel 🙁
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ValentinaGermania
This is technical discrimination I think!!! 😂
Why always me???
Keep feeding. There is light at the end of the tunnel.
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sandie
Oh I never noticed the cutting off thing
Courage is not the absence of despair; it is rather the capacity to move ahead in spite of despair
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MKR
@ValentinaGermania 😂😂

Because you are AWESOME, that's why!
Mum's Kitchen

14-y-o "healthy living" led to AN in 2017 and WR at 16. Current muscle dysmorphia.
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ValentinaGermania
Zylie wrote:
@ValentinaGermania ðŸ˜‚😂

Because you are AWESOME, that's why!


Then I can stand that, Zylie!!!
Keep feeding. There is light at the end of the tunnel.
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