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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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FYI: We upgraded the board today, and we know about the issue with quotes already. There should be a patch available soon. Please report any other issues here.

Scott

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FYI: We upgraded the board today, and we know about the issue with quotes already. There should be a patch available soon. Please report any other issues here.

Scott

 

 

 

Putting a few blank lines between helps keep them separate.  Or you could use italics or a diffferent font

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Whew! A little earlier today when I clicked on I got a message that said "FORBIDDEN! You are not allowed access to page!"

 

I figured it was something to do with an upgrade. :)

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Whew! A little earlier today when I clicked on I got a message that said "FORBIDDEN! You are not allowed access to page!"

I figured it was something to do with an upgrade. :)

Usually means Scott is keeping us up to date :)

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Or torturing us

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Yep, that's the tool Scott uses to rap the mods over the knuckles.  Wonder how you earned it??? :lol:

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Ok, I think I made it a bit better...

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Ok, I think I made it a bit better...

 

 

testing

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testing

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Houston, we have lift-off!

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Hey, since when did the quotes think they have to give us military time? :blink:

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Hey, since when did the quotes think they have to give us military time? :blink:

Just a little someone to stimulate your mind!

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Hi admin

In the last couple of days, each time I come onto the forum I am already signed in.

I can sign out, go away, come back and I'm already signed in again :blink: .

Is this supposed to be happening?

It's not that I mind ...... just thought that something may have gone astray or I've done something different.

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