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    I want to be sure

    Hi

    Since I am new to the forum, I want to be sure that I understand the format. It is my understanding that if I have a question, you would like me start a new thread, even for a topic that was previously discussed. So for example, if I want to ask a NEW question about the sweep ease brush not covered in previous threads, you would rather that I start a new new tread. Do I have the right?

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    Re: I want to be sure

    Yes, if it really differs from your previous topic and doesn't tie in with it, post a new thread. That said, Don't start multiple threads on the same topic elsewhere in the forum.
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    Re: I want to be sure

    If you have a specific question for someone that has a product, you can always try to PM them as well.

    We typically do not want old threads bumped up with new questions.

    Think of the first poster to be the "owner" of that thread and they may not want tangents added that could confuse things. Although I understand this can be a little odd if a thread is discussing a particular product.
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    Re: I want to be sure

    Thank Folks,
    That helps.


    Quote Originally Posted by jblizzle View Post
    If you have a specific question for someone that has a product, you can always try to PM them as well.

    Think of the first poster to be the "owner" of that thread and they may not want tangents added that could confuse things. Although I understand this can be a little odd if a thread is discussing a particular product.
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