Can y'all maake it so that when we "return to BB" we return to the page we were viewing when we opened a post? Going back to page one each time is irksome.
Hi Jerry - I will look into this and get back to you. Have a great day! Kathy
and spell check...can an old lady get spell check back? or did I miss it some where? oh and why do I have to click on post message "twice"? Thank-you very much.
Sharon in Reno
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Hi Sharon - I am also looking into spell check. I am not sure why you have to click on the post message twice. What browser are you using?
Hi Sharon - We have added spell check to the editor. -Kathy
oh, thank-you very much..... So I post a message then....um...where's the edtor?
The editor is the place where you type in the message. At the top there is a bar with a bunch of icons. The spell check is the one with the checkmark and ABC.
sweet... I found it, thank-you very much
Thanks Kathy, that was a quick fix.
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