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@aj_nova is my second account (I'm allowed to...) to test everything from a normal member's point of view.


I used this topic to make some screenshots how to start a topic and how to post images.


Give me a few minutes to complete it...



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FX Admin, I joined the FX Forum on my iPad, thus using Tapatalk app. I tried to sign into the forum on my MacBook today w/ no luck. Kept getting the message my user name and password already in use. It is and its me! Should I register under a different name, get a new email addy just for use on my MacBook?


Sorry for posting on this thread but didn't find a better way to communicate.





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      Here is a short tutorial how to start a thread in the Fuji X Forum - including how to post images.

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