Ask a question, get an answer, post the solution!

lrepton posted 3rd of September 2008 in Community Voice. 12 comments.

A forum is only as good as the users.

Now that sentence may sound simple, and you say "Yea, so what."

But the idea around having a forum to HELP admins with this software, or any software for that matter, is YOU post a question >> YOU get responses, answers, solutions >> THEN......................................................

YOU should post IF you implemented such solution AND whether or not it WORKED!!!!!

This would save hundreds of hours of aggravation for the people installing Dolphin/Orca/Ray.....and the next BIG THING!

Please, please, please POST when you have used a solution someone took their time out to give you and let everyone know if it works in an acceptable fashion for your site.

Over and out.....................................................................

~~Lorren

 
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AndreyP
Yes, it will wonderful if all support questions will resolved at Forum section .. it prevent litter Blog section (and keep here common news posts .. maybe other, but not support)
DosDawg
guys,
i had a truckload to say here, but i am going to play nice, and jsut say one word.

M O D E R A T O R S


regards,
DosDawg
lrepton
But of course Dos...but that would be toooo easy, eh?
sammie
they dont want anyone as moderators lol
gameutopia
I enjoy "en" moderation!! It's a good thing, that's what I've always been told. If they can't enjoy "en" moderation as well they might have a problem that they need help with. Maybe they aren't ready to admit it, or they could be in denial too? Just a few thoughts!!
gameutopia
This was a "Joke" by the way. Nothing personal. Just thought "en" moderation...compile "en" and moderation..
shaneed
Hello guys. Can i also suggest something? Well, some users may apply the solution they get and is true, they forget to mention if it worked or not. That's why a little modification to forums may solve this problem.
For example adding a mod such as "Was this useful to you? Please review/comment it". I guess this will make a difference.
archanagupta
i am a new user.
i have downloaded Dolphin-v.6.1.4 and trying to run it on localhost.during its installation,i am getting a problem in Configuration section.In this Configuration section,Admin Username & Admin Password are denied. plz help me out
persephone
I've added the proper forum module and enabled it yet it doesn't work, it looks like this"{{Forum}}", with no real way to input an actually forum, any suggestions ideas?
persephone
Next, I have added a Administrator level under Membership levels but have no real way to set a particular member to this status, what am I missing?
 
 
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