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  1. #1

    Donít have permission to reply

    Hi, Iíve posted in the past to different topics, but now canít enter into them - Iíd have updated my posting on where my build is at etc but it says I donít have permission to reply
    I love seeing how others are working, and getting on but am frustrated that I canít comment or give basic welldone
    Regards
    Nigel


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    NSRA member
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    Feb 2009
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    it may be something as simple as Guest rights, I think there was a limit on guest "privileges" regarding access to various areas of the site and where you can post and how many posts you can upload. Guests do not enjoy the freedom that members have on the site. It will be mentioned in the rules.
    In the meantime enjoy the site and a real answer will follow soon.


    Stan
    cant find a lot of info:::


    NSRA Forum Rules .. please read

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    Last edited by Ford34/2; 20-06-20 at 09:50 AM.

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    True but I am a member although the year changed over in April, might have been a week laps?


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    NSRA Committee
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    Nigel, your membership lapsed at the end of April
    Richard Black
    Membership Secretary

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    Seems to be sorted now


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