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#1 OLD 10-20

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 02:37 PM

Rick do the members have to sighn in NOW? cant we just pop in as a guest to check on topics :blink: :wacko:

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Posted 17 October 2005 - 10:32 PM

Yeh, I noticed there is no guest things whatsoever. I wanted a friend to check something out but she couldn't get into the site. Part of me likes it, it really adds to the personality of the site, and if that is what it takes to stop that porn stuff I'm all for it, but the guest thing had its advantages too. :(
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Posted 18 October 2005 - 10:32 AM

This is what Rick wanted to do way back in december or January. (I think) You either had to be a member or no access. This is why I signed up when I did. I have never regreted that. Should have registered years earlier though.

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#4 Rick J.

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Posted 18 October 2005 - 09:49 PM

Rick do the members have to sighn in NOW?  cant we just pop in as a guest  to check on topics   :blink:    :wacko:

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OLD 10-20 and ALL,

Yes, you now have to sign in. I wanted it this way in the beginning, but didn't set it up that way per members request. However, since this forum has been under attack from 'no-gooders,' I had to tighten up security. This is the only way to keep unwanted posts (like the previous porn posts) off of the forum. You see, the person(s) posting porn on this site was able to do so because registration didn't require a valid email address check, hence, the person(s) could just keep signing back up under a fake email address and post away. Now, in order to register to the forum, you have to provide a valid email address - if a fake email address is used, registration cannot be completed.

I really hated having to do it this way, but it is the only way to keep those kind of postings off of this forum. I really don't think anyone would post such garbage when they know that they had to provide their real email address at registration.

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 01:34 AM

Yeahhhhhhhhh! fantastic job Rick!! :D :D :D :D

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 09:25 AM

Hey Rick. I have a problem, though. I can only sign in with the "remember me" box ticked. I work in a centre with a number of comps, though, so I don't want it to remember each one, because then if someone stumbles over here by accident, the site will let them in. Or won't it?

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Posted 23 October 2005 - 07:31 PM

Yeh, thanks Rick. It is more than worth it. I was just curious. Hey, whatever has to be done has to be done, bottom line. Definately makes it a personable website now. Its like the "Boys club, no girls allowed" clubhouse but we allow girls in. LOL. Its all good. Thanks for everything you do Rick.
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I love IH!!! I own three Super M's, 826GD with diamond cab, 1130 MF (the ugly duckling), 5288.
Starting dairy farming in 2007... What a ride. Record highs, record lows, record rains, record droughts...

Milking Holstiens (red and b&w) and Jerseys on our 70 cow operation. God bless small American Farms...
I enjoy dairy farming with my wife and custom harvesting with an assortment of New Idea Uni huskers, shellers, choppers, and combines (703,705,708x2,709RWA with 767,737,717x2,858 attachments). I combine small grain and soybeans with IH 315 and 82 (with pickup head) combines. Collecting 234 and 2-MH/2M-HD era pickers and shellers and attaching hardware.

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Posted 25 October 2005 - 11:57 AM

Yes Rick, you make this site the great success it has been so far. Keep up the great work. Jere
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Posted 31 October 2005 - 04:58 PM

Rick do the members have to sighn in NOW?  cant we just pop in as a guest  to check on topics :blink:    :wacko:

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