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I entered a question 4 hours ago. Where is it?

asked 2020-10-17 19:20:04 +0100

Zardoz gravatar image

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Well, it looks like you're not mastering the unusual subtleties of this site. First it is not a forum (I write that in advance to prevent you from using your single answer as a way to start a conversation -- there is no such thing here).

Formatting is also an hermetic lore (e.g .single Enter => ignored, double+ Enter => paragraph break).

Question can always be corrected (don't ask a second time because of a typo): click on the edit link.

And the most secret of all: the tagging system. Contrary to evidence, common means a problem encountered in all LO applications: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Base, Math. For any question about site behaviour, use meta. Please, retag to replace common by meta. To complete that, you'll need a well kept secret: tag changes are only saved if you press twiceEnter (don't ask me why ...(more)

ajlittoz gravatar imageajlittoz ( 2020-10-17 20:19:37 +0100 )edit

I hear you and I both understand and agree. I did understand what you just said. I was an expert level of skill until Window 8 was released. I looked over a temporary trial version and I wanted to toss my computer off a cliff. Win 10 improved that by reintroducing the GUI of Win 7 and prior, I began to slowly improve, still, while simultaneously still wanting to throw said computer off the highest cliff. This was in November 2015. After 5 more years of gradually reduced cursing and wishing I could hurt this computer and OS, I have finally come to terms with it and will now admit that it IS superior to XP, the last version that I truly understood and mastered. This is why many still use it today, although it hasn't been upgraded in years. In conclusion, I researched and found the answer to ...(plus)

Zardoz gravatar imageZardoz ( 2020-10-18 16:43:07 +0100 )edit

prefer your generously free to use program for my personal use and as a professional Actor with a photographic memory, which is more curse than blessing. This is where I shall conclude and request that you delete my account. I no longer need to come back. If you would grant me one last courtesy, my request would be that you please point me to a more appropriate reference site if you know of one, for someone at MY level, because you are all striking me as industry professionals who speak at a very elevated level that is far advanced to my own. I defer to your expertise and will then take my leave, and if that is not possible, I bid you adieu and thank you.

Zardoz gravatar imageZardoz ( 2020-10-18 16:48:11 +0100 )edit

So you won't ask your question any more? If this is the case, please close this one. After you click on the close link, you'll be offered a choice of reason for closing through a drop-down menu. Select the most appropriate one. Thanks.

We are not linked with "The Document Foundation", we are "only" enthusiastic users eager to share our knowledge and expertise with LO. Consequently, LO is not our product. It remains a free and open-source application of The Document Foundation.

Only you can delete your account. Click on your name/pseudo in the banner at top. This will open your profile. Click next on the account tab. You'll find there a Remove account button. But please, close the question first.

ajlittoz gravatar imageajlittoz ( 2020-10-18 16:49:46 +0100 )edit

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answered 2020-10-17 19:33:30 +0100

mgl gravatar image

Hello @Zardoz

I am afraid that you did not complete the process. If you click on the top of this page, on your pseudo, beside (karma:....) you'll reach your page : select activity and you'll see that there is only this present question in your history.

Be so kind to ask your initial question once again.

Kind regards, Michel

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