I'm new to the forums and am having a noob problem. When I post a reply to the main thread post I keep ending up in the sub-thread beneath the main thread. Many times my post doesn't relate to that sub-thread.
I've noticed that others who post after me are aligned back to the left as a response to the main thread.
I have looked several times, but cannot find a way to post a reply that aligns to the far left under the main thread. Is there some trick or basic reply procedure that I have no knowledge about?
What is your method for replying to forum threads?
To post this reply I clicked on 'reply' under your post. To post a reply that would align left, I would have had to click on the 'post a reply' button down in the lower right corner. (on longer threads you would have to scroll down to find it at the bottom of the page)
I find it much easier to read the forums in chronological vs threaded. You can change it at the upper right above the forum. I think you have threaded right now.
every reply u make has this tag click on right hand side of ur forum post..on clicking to this tag, which post u reply becomes visible..
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