I am really struggling with how to reply to members who submitted written questions for the interview on Friday. I read a question and click on reply but I can't figure out where I'm supposed to compose my reply, so I give up. I tried to find a HELP facility, but there doesn't seem to be any. There are some good questions that I wish I had had the opportunity to answer yesterday. Please help!! Tom
Emily , question : with Holgers good news message of almost one day ago , that Java Version 7 Update 11 is now available is it still necessary to keep the warning on the main page ?? ...maybe best if I sent Admin the question :) ...I posted in your discussion as well
On 12/11 I tried to reply to rrrruf about stage 3 kidney problems, but was limited to 200 words because I wasn't a friend of hers. I gave up and tried again today, when she had accepted my friend request. It seems to me that the need to be friends interferes with useful communication when both are members. Tom
Emily....I still cannot see David (dsg1987 ) in the chat. If for some reason he was accidentally blocked....how could he get UNBLOCKED if I can't see him? I don't know if THAT is what happened....but I would never have intentionally blocked him....as I've even befriended him!! It's very frustrating....as he's the only one I cannot see on the chat. I can see him just fine on HIS page or mine though.
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Hi, Emily, thanks for the quick response. I believe I am using Firefox 14, will check with my son as I am still not able to pull up the chat room. I can get the little box on rt of my page but that's it. Thank you for your time. PJ
Thanks for taking the trouble Emily, and touching base with Ning. I doubt that the problem is where they suggested (I use Firefox), as I'm able to see everyone else in the chat area. The only time I cannot see avatars in the chat is when I come in via a dif. browser....but am able to see everyone since I use Firefox...except David.
I just wanted to stop by to see if you've done your Big Blue Test Today. Dont' forget that every time you log a Big Blue Test $5 is donated to diabetes charities that are providing life-saving supplies and services.
Thanks for the invitations, but at present I have little need for interviews with Type 1 people and especially sports personalities. I am more interested in type 2 people and especially those that have had type 2 for more than 10 years. What you are doing is valuable for many and keep it up. Please omit my name from these emails. Thank you, Bob Fenton
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