- December 18, 2012 at 5:28 pm #20220PCM2
Where is my post?
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It is a very quick and easy process (you just need to give your email address to get started) and will allow you to personalise your avatar not just on the forum but also for any comments you make elsewhere on the website.November 4, 2023 at 2:18 pm #74980PCM2
To expand on what is meant by “this forum is not a free technical support service“. The primary reason for this is that I simply don’t enjoy dealing with such queries and they’re usually to assist with a purchase already made rather than an upcoming purchase. If I don’t enjoy dealing with such queries and there’s no incentive to do so, it’s not a good use of my time. Questions to aid purchase decisions and feedback you wish to give about monitors you’ve purchased (e.g. ‘user reviews’ with specific model names mentioned) are very welcome, of course. 🙂
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