Posting Greek answers...

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markyesme
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Posting Greek answers...

Post by markyesme » Wed Jun 02, 2004 5:54 am

Is there an FAQ I should be looking at?

Can I post my answers here (specifically, ex 42)?

If so, what encoding do I use?

Thanks, and sorry if this is newbie cluelessness; I will put on my asbestos suit....

Mark

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Post by Jeff Tirey » Wed Jun 02, 2004 11:10 am

hi markyesme,

thanks for asking. No, there are no hard and fast rules for how answers are posted here. I would suggest just following a posting format similar to the other posts here where the lesson # is in the subject.

for endcoding please use SPIonic. There's a sticky thread on the Greek Board that'll provide you with the download link.

thanks and welcome to Textkit!

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Post by markyesme » Thu Jun 03, 2004 2:16 am

I knew I shoulda looked around a little more.

Testing:

[face=spionic]ABGDEZHQIKLMNCOPRSTUFXYW[/face]

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Re: Posting Greek answers...

Post by mariek » Thu Jun 03, 2004 3:47 pm


Hi Mark,

Welcome to Textkit. I see you have figured out how/where to post your answers... :D

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