Just a reminder to everyone that if you're coming in to a given discussion, or a thread where a user is/was asking for help with a specific personal problem, if you want to go on a tangent, or move the discussion to be about your own related, but separate issue, please make a new thread for that.
We want to assure that threads here aren't hijacked by others when it comes to someone having their own issue addressed, and that discussions about a given topic stay as on topic as possible.
If in doubt? Please make a new thread for yourself. If you want the new thread to include something brought up in an existing thread, you can just include a link to it in your new one.
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Up at the top of every page in each section, there is a button that says "New Topic". It's next to the "Post Reply" button, and those are both on top of some links: "my profile, directory, search, faq, forum home".
If you click on the "New Topic" button, a new page will come up for you to start your own topic.
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