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Otto Vondrak
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READ ME FIRST: Need quick help?

Post by Otto Vondrak » Tue Mar 16, 2004 12:11 am

Welcome to the new RAILROAD.NET forums!

This system is new to us as it is to you, but we're still the same staff who has been working hard to bring you this web site for the past two years. Bear with us as we learn the system and make tweaks and adjustments along the way.

Having log-in problems? If you registered and are still waiting for your confirmation e-mail, check your spam filter first. If its not there, then try emailing the Webmaster. Please keep in mind the volume of mail we are getting, so it may take a day or two for us to get back to you.

Do you want to be a moderator Email the Creative Director if you would like to be moderator of a forum, or restored to your previous position as moderator.

Can't find a forum you liked from the old site? Bear with us as we get the system up and running again... then we will consider requests for new forums again.

Hope this helps... thanks again for all your support...

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Mike Roque
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More Help

Post by Mike Roque » Wed Mar 24, 2004 9:06 pm

Here are some more helpful resources:

Read the FAQ
The Frequently Asked Questions area has answers to many routine questions.

What is BBcode?
This has it's own help section as well.
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Placerville & Sacramento Valley Railroad

Mike Roque
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Knowledge Base

Post by Mike Roque » Wed Sep 06, 2006 5:48 pm

Knowledge Base
Before asking a question, browse and/or search the Knowledge Base forum. Your question may already have been answered.
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