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k smith

06:26AM | 07/29/04
Member Since: 07/09/03
71 lifetime posts
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for the last several days i have not been able to get on the fix it forum. every time i try it it shows that it is loading, but it never come up. anyone else having this problem?

tomh

06:54AM | 07/29/04
Member Since: 07/01/03
556 lifetime posts
If you are still having prolems with login to Fix-It Forum just reply to info@bobvila.com You will receive a quick reply. There were changes made to the board last week, and there may be something in your configuration causing a problem. Be sure cookies are enabled and security is set to medium. I have not had a problem logging in. You should be able to use the same login as you use for the BBS. The link above should take you to the Fix-It Forum, and you should still be logged on, if you are logged on here.

I can forward your concern if you want, just be sure your profile includes the necessary contact information.

k smith

07:01AM | 08/02/04
Member Since: 07/09/03
71 lifetime posts
thanks for trying tomh. they cant seem to find the problem nor can i . when i try to go to the fiz it forum it will either say opening with a blank screen, done with blank screen, or error on page. i guess im out. come see us over at doityourself.com sometime.

see ya

kerry
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