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    How do you start a thread?

    How do I start a thread on this site? So far I can only figure out how to reply to one.

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    Re: Chlorine/CYA Chart

    Quote Originally Posted by akd72012 View Post
    How do I start a thread on this site? So far I can only figure out how to reply to one.
    When you go into the particular forum you want to post in, there will be a Post New Thread button in the upper left
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    Re: How do you start a thread?

    Click on the Forum tab in the tab bar above. You will be sent to the Sub-forum listing page.

    Click on the sub-forum that mostly concerns the subject you want to discuss. You will be sent to the lead page of the selected sub-forum.

    Click on the Post New Thread button.

    That's it!
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    Re: How do you start a thread?

    ....Oh....and there's even a forum called Test Track where you can try out your posting options without really being concerned about having complete content...
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