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Ok, I'm pretty new at forums, could you tell me where to find the pinned ones?

You said you found them in your PM, they are always the first several posts and they don't drop down as new posts show up so they are alway there and get pinned because they are considered important.

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You said you found them in your PM, they are always the first several posts and they don't drop down as new posts show up so they are alway there and get pinned because they are considered important.

Kinarfi

I know I am new, but I like them right where they are at. It were the pinned topics, and the knowledgeable member, that attracted me to the site. Whatever you do don't delete any of the informational stuff on this forum. The simplest thing might be common knowledge to some, but will be helpful to newbies like me.

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Admin knows we value the info and space is provided. Those topics, pinned, have been up for a couple of years. Only if there is a accidental failure would we lose the info and that is why a few of us keep printed copies. We have 99% of the info at all times in printed form as backup just in case.

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