When I click to start a new topic or respond to a topic I keep getting to the Login/Register page?
In order to use the forum you will need to register as a member. This involves you entering your details, including an email address and we will send you a confirmation email which you will need to read and click on the confirmation link which will complete your registration. Once you have logged in or registered you will be able to add new topics or reply to topics.
I can't seem to respond to anything?
How do I add a signature to my posts automatically?
Make sure you have added a signature in your profile, and that "Show your signature on all of your topics and replies" is ticked.
How? Once you have logged in, go to Edit your profile > Your Signature, and tick the "Show your signature on all of your topics and replies" checkbox and add your signature
I have added a signature / biography but it is not showing?
Once you have added a biography or signature to your profile (go to Edit your profile > Your Signature or > Your Biography) you need to also make sure that you have ticked the "Show" boxes. Only then will your signature appear on the bottom of all of your posts or your biography will show when someone views your profile.
I have registered but have not yet received my confirmation and activation email?
Please contact us by email and we'll see what we can do. Please be aware that you may have a delay on how long the email takes to arrive.
Download and install the Internet Explorer Spell-checker
In order to use the spell checker in Internet Explorer, you need to download and install the ieSpell spell checker. This is a small plugin for Internet Explorer, is free for personal use and has been verified by us as safe, and rather good!
You should choose to run the file from its current location, but you can save the file to disk and install it by running the file. We can vouch for the authenticity of this plug-in, but we advise you to visit the homepage of the creators of the plug-in. You can use it in any website to check spelling and is not restricted to use on this forum, and we think it is superb.