T-12 Paraplegic SS

Thanks for all of the info. One more question, oh wait, who am I kidding, I have about 200 questions. However, I will restrain myself and do my homework the hard way.

This is the first time I've posted on a forum and I need to learn some etiquette. Some of my questions are not donor related. How important is it to start a new thread in the correct area instead of just asking in the thread I've started? Also, old old posts.... if I'm reading one and come across a question, do you ask it right there, or do you open a new thread? Ie: what color paint is that on your goblin? in a nearly three year old post.
 

Ross

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Thanks for all of the info. One more question, oh wait, who am I kidding, I have about 200 questions. However, I will restrain myself and do my homework the hard way.

This is the first time I've posted on a forum and I need to learn some etiquette. Some of my questions are not donor related. How important is it to start a new thread in the correct area instead of just asking in the thread I've started? Also, old old posts.... if I'm reading one and come across a question, do you ask it right there, or do you open a new thread? Ie: what color paint is that on your goblin? in a nearly three year old post.
Hmmn... etiquette... Well I try to not stray too far from the thread title, but sometimes it happens. I open old threads that ask about specific topics, and ask questions right there - It keeps all the info about that topic in one place. You can edit your own posts, so I fix spelling mistakes or typos if I see them... if I have new information, you can add an "EDIT: new info here" to the bottom of an old post.
 

JSATX

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I think this kit is still really new, and whereas it might not be appropriate to comment on some post from 2007 on a generic cobalt forum I don’t think timeframe is important here.

Me personally I prefer if people posted more on old topics then making new ones that just say the same thing. But it has a lot to do with how much content your post is going to create. If it’s a bunch, or if it specifically has to do with your build, put it in your build thread. If it’s a question like what color something is certainly that’s appropriate to post under an existing thread.
 
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