This is a discussion on PLEASE READ: How The Reference Forum Works within the Reference & "How To" Forum forums, part of the Related Topics category; This forum is used as a central repository of helpful reference and "how to" threads made elsewhere on the forum. Most threads are copied here ...
This forum is used as a central repository of helpful reference and "how to" threads made elsewhere on the forum.
Most threads are copied here and will contain only posts that are considered, by forum staff, to contain reference quality material; never complete threads. If you would like to see the original thread, you can do a search and locate it quite easily.
To nominate a thread for possible inclusion here, either send a PM to Bumper with the URL to the thread/post or use the "report" function. Please specify that the report is for a nomination for inclusion in this forum. Please be patient for your nomination to be included here, it may take a few days.
For those members that want to create a reference thread specifically for this area, you can either open a new thread here or open it in the appropriate forum and "report" it for inclusion here. The latter is preferred. Again, please be patient for your nomination to be included.
You also need to keep in mind that items considered for this forum will be required to meet all published forum rules. Links to videos or other published works must not be to a website that contains content that is contrary to our rules, including content contained in banners or other advertising. Audio and video content violating our rules, which is admittedly strict by today's standards, will not be approved for inclusion here. Since this area is meant as a reference, we will most likely edit the thread title to best explain the content of the thread and make it easier for content to be found. Spelling and grammar corrections will be made as appropriate, as well.
All threads included here are closed (locked) as they are not intended for comments as the original threads of the forum are.
Coimhéad fearg fhear na foighde; Beware the anger of a patient man.