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Melaniep wrote:I don't know if this helps at all, but I read the forum several times most days but I only post MAYBE once a week. I would bet that there are other members who rarely (or never) post, but still read the forums regularly.
EDIT: Just noticed my post count is up to 80 and I know I haven't been a member than many weeks, so more than one post a week but... You get the idea.
VerdeMar wrote:In my opinion if a chatbox could be incorporated for the forum members would be a good way to communicate. Many forums have one and theyre free! x)
VerdeMar wrote:I do not think that would be bad for the forum threads, in my opinion it would have the opposite effect by instigating people to post and be active. The forum threads are a passive conversation comparing to a public chatbox. In other forums in which I am member the chatbox attracts more people and make them stay online and post.
StephenKingman wrote:Butterbescotch wrote:@StephenKingMan
I just want back up Krae855 query. When I search a book it shows up different threads which may or may not have relation to the keyword. I even narrowed the my search by specifying a thread and only checking the "topics" on display result but it seems to use "post".
Please look to it.
I have tried the search function for a few different books and it seems to work better when you limit the search to a thread, the post option will throw up any post with the word in it which is not very helpful, i am aware its not that extensive but if you cannot find a specific book or author after using the search thread, then you can always use the forums to ask our very knowledgeable members here about the book or author you are looking for, it may jog some memories about old threads.
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