... Do not "bump" to resurrect your thread. If it died due to lack of interest the first time then let it be. If you have something relevant to add that is fine but "bumping" is not acceptable....
How do you get that from, 'If you have something relevant to add that is fine but "bumping" is not acceptable.'?Stone, I try to limit this bump to over 3 weeks or longer.. with members filtering through a lot of equipment and new members kinda being involved I think it's fine.
I truly believe that text you are quoting is in regards to standard dead discussion threads..
Then you're obviously not reading in the right place:Besides, when I click on the rules to read them, this is all I get.
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Basically means as long as your not hurting or offending anyone, you're good to go. No I'm not a moderator or a forum admin, this is just a humble user's opinion.
joekster, that is a cool printer and very tempting, buddy.