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#1 caHarts

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Posted 29 October 2006 - 04:41 PM

New Member, caHarts here. Since I have never been here before, its because I have been the lazy user for a dozen years, never got the hang of direct html. :woot:No novice here, but dediced I'd better go back and learn the basics, now that there is intelligent life to show me how. Basic stuff, like how do you turn on ______ and use ________. Also need to re-learn things I've forgotten or didn't understand 'in the day when web folk were illiterate.'lolGEE, even have to code my own rofl.
So, to really intruduce myself, I am an honest to goodness artist/cartoonist/graphic designer-Retired to Sacramento, CA and spending my time between my working (fine) arts studio and puttering on the puter. Yes I do need help. Thank you for having me. Only hope I can nav. your site soon.

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#2 jgweed

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Posted 30 October 2006 - 02:25 AM

Welcome to BC! There is a lot of information strewn about the forums and elsewhere here, so it will take some time to get to know the place. I always recommend new members take some time and read the forum descriptions so they have a least an idea of the organization and where to appropriately post questions. You might be interested, from your comments, on the Mini-guide forum.
And naturally, if you cannot find the answer to even what seems an elementary question or problem, don't hesitate to post here at BC.
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John
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