I am probably missing the obvious - but I just realized that everyone else seems to be reading more than the title - no abuse about age or computer literacy ah!
Only a few posters leave a post with just a title as a question or statement, so so the first text under the title is usually the OP's post.
Unless I misread your question and missed the obvious.
Thanks for replying - and No - you did not misread it. i thought that was the case but occasionally the first post is not the OP and they respond about many things not from the title, if they cannot see something I can't them I guess they must know the OP and what they are talking about in depth.
You are very welcome - and yes, it does look odd when that happens.
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