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    You dont have permission to start a new psot

    Thats fine, may ist possible to give this massage before I tried to start, before I write down the whole text.

    ANd why ist possible to open here in this part

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    Re: You dont have permission to start a new psot

    Your initial threads are moderated before being posted live. The original thread you created (with junk) has been deleted because, well, it contained junk.

    Otherwise, I'm not sure why you saw that message.

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    Re: You dont have permission to start a new psot

    have tried again, in this forum:
    http://forums.codeguru.com/newthread...ostthread&f=11

    made a click on submit new thread and got that:
    "You do not have permission to create tags. You may only use existing tags."

    Using firefox 23, cookis allowed

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    Re: You dont have permission to start a new psot

    Your link doesn't work. We'll need to know exactly where you were and when you clicked on.

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    Re: You dont have permission to start a new psot

    TAGS, its talk about tags

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    Re: You dont have permission to start a new psot

    That means, it wasnt permission of create a new thread, tags are not allowed, just create new tags. *****
    Last edited by Brad Jones; September 13th, 2013 at 05:50 PM.

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