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      • #1952093 Reply
        AskWoody Plus

        May I suggest that

        1. We remove Anonymous as a name option, as when there are many Anonymouses we have no idea who we are corresponding with at any point in time.
        2. That there be a way in our account page to link to the posts/replies we have entered so we can get to them faster.

        I could of course be entirely wrong and there is only one Anonymous, and there already is a way of quickly referencing what I have posted and just haven’t found it yet!

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      • #1952102 Reply
        Da Boss
        1. Woody is adamant about allowing Anonymous posters on We have recieved valuable information from those who do not or cannot register.
        2. You can find the Topics and replies you have created by clicking on your ID below your Avatar. That will take you to your profile. Then click on “Topics started” or “Replies Created.”


      • #1952207 Reply
        Da Boss

        “Anonymous” isn’t an actual user name. It’s WordPress speak for “not logged in.”

        Man, I wish more anonymous folks would register here. It’d make life for everyone a little easier. But, as PKCano says, I’m adamant about allowing anonymous posts. Many reasons.

        In almost all cases, if you reply to an anonymous post, it’ll be obvious (from the indentation) to whom you’re replying. If there’s any chance for ambiguity, either quote part of the post, or right-click on the post number (in the upper right) and copy the URL into your post.

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