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Do I have to register to be able to post on the forum?

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Does registering on the site cost anything?

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Why have some of my posts been deleted?

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What does the rank next to my name mean?

That rank is directly related to the number of posts you have made on our forum. The more posts you have, the higher you rank will climb.

What does “no flaming” in the newbies section mean?

“Flaming” is an angry, critical, or disparaging electronic message, as an e-mail or newsgroup post, as defined by www.dictionary.com. The “newbies” section is designed for new members that are not yet familiar with our forum to be able to post questions or comments without fear of being “flamed.”

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