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    Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with the following to ensure the forum runs smoothly:1. Please read the Forum Rules as this provides you with the details of you can and can't do on the BHP forum. You don't have to spend too much time reading through it.2. Do look through the basic built-in help feature of the forum if you encounter an issue with the site. There is also the the SimpleMachines wiki documentation, which explains things in a little mroe detail. You can contact Jamie via PM (personal message) or email if the previous do no yield answers you are looking for.3. If you type clearly your readers will better understand what it is you are saying; no unnecessary abbreviations, especially those used in phone texts, as many people do not understand what they mean.4. Add your topics and/or posts to the relevant forums. This ensures that the forum maintains uniformity and the chances of getting a reply are increased. Topics posted in the wrong forums will probably be moved to a more relevant forum.5. Topics with succinct titles are more likely to catch the reader's eye so a maximum of about 50 to 60 characters should be enough to get the message across.6. Where possible try not to use BLOCK CAPITALS in the main body of text unless stressing something particularly important.7. When uploading an attachment image you are only allowed 4 per post up to a maximum of 4MB total. If the images are larger the system will reject the uploads. Click on the image to see it full size.8. From time to time the forum may undergo some minor changes and updates. If you are using the forum at this time and it appears to be down please wait a few moments or try again later.Thanks for readingĀ  ;)

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