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Need help on thread placement

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by brownboyz71, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. brownboyz71

    brownboyz71 New Member

    :rules: Where is the most appropriate place to post a thread on a build project I'm doing? I'd like to keep anyone whose interested in the project up to date on progress, give background info on the project, and have a place where members can submit their ideas or suggestions, but I'm not sure where to post it in accordance with forum rules. Also, can I attach pictures, or am I better off keeping them in an album for people to see?
  2. stephan

    stephan New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    Click on the word "forum" at the top of this page. It will take you to the list of all the forum subjects. Then you just choose whichever the type of build, modification you're doing best fits into.
    As far as pictures, if you are going to have a lot of them in sequence with your build from step 1 to 10, or 20 etc. it would be more fluid if you posted them in sucession in your album, as opposed to putting one or two a week in posts on the thread here, because many people would miss them since they don't log in every day & they would be more difficult to chase down & view if they were separated by other posts. In an album on your personal page they would be a lot easier to find & view all of them together so we could see the day to day progress of your build.
  3. brownboyz71

    brownboyz71 New Member

    thanks Stephan. I appreciate the help

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