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post #31 of 39
sorry Doug, I don't undertand what you posted
post #32 of 39
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Originally Posted by paolacaracas

sorry Doug, I don't undertand what you posted



that when new people register, a required part of the process would be that they have to read a page about proper CC etiquette (like bump ok sometimes - do NOT save, ever! -- etc.
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post #33 of 39
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Originally Posted by Doug


that when new people register, a required part of the process would be that they have to read a page about proper CC etiquette (like bump ok sometimes - do NOT save, ever! -- etc.



Fully explain purpose of "My Photos" so that there is no chance of anyone adding favorite photos accidentally (as this has happened more than a few times this year).
post #34 of 39
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Originally Posted by Doug

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Originally Posted by paolacaracas

sorry Doug, I don't undertand what you posted



that when new people register, a required part of the process would be that they have to read a page about proper CC etiquette (like bump ok sometimes - do NOT save, ever! -- etc.


People never read long initial statements, do you?
post #35 of 39
I do. If the instructions are in bullets, with clear rules, everyone benefits.

Posting in the wrong forum, making your title a true question, posting copywrited materials, bumping, searching, rudeness, all these should be addressed for the new registrants. It can also save them some embarrassment
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post #36 of 39
I agree...it can't hurt. It took me a little while to start posting after I joined because it can be a bit intimidating.
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post #37 of 39
Wow , by reading all this I think I've messed up a few times with this etiquette stuff. Please excuse and forgive me.......................... icon_redface.gif
post #38 of 39
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Originally Posted by paolacaracas


People never read long initial statements, do you?



Doesn't have to be long as pointed out by:
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Originally Posted by JoAnnB

I do. If the instructions are in bullets, with clear rules, everyone benefits.

Posting in the wrong forum, making your title a true question, posting copywrited materials, bumping, searching, rudeness, all these should be addressed for the new registrants. It can also save them some embarrassment




sort of the 10 Commandments of CC

(hopefully, compliance would be higher than that of the real 10 Commandments icon_rolleyes.gif)

I also know that when I register for a new site, if it has some kind of animated intro that covers main features, how to navigate, etc. I generally watch it -- lots easier to have animation, voice, etc. than just reading.

(Heath -- do you do Flash?)
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post #39 of 39
Doug, you DIDN'T just ask Heath to Flash us, did you? icon_confused.gificon_lol.gif
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