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TheMusicMan
13.11.2002, 12:53
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HBB
24.02.2003, 14:27
How do you do those bullet - points?!! :):):):D:D:D

Btw. That was a very nice speech, and that is exactly what it should be for!

TheMusicMan
24.02.2003, 14:55
Hi homicidalbennyboy!!

Thanks for your kind words... :)

As for the bullet points... there is an explanation link in the BBCode line under options which appears directly underneath the smilie selection on the left of the post. If you click here ... http://themouthpiece.com/faq.php?mode=bbcode

this should explain everything...

Again, thanks for your kind words :)

John

HBB
24.02.2003, 15:40
Hi homicidalbennyboy!!

Thanks for your kind words... :)

As for the bullet points... there is an explanation link in the BBCode line under options which appears directly underneath the smilie selection on the left of the post. If you click here ... http://themouthpiece.com/faq.php?mode=bbcode

this should explain everything...

Again, thanks for your kind words :)

John

Hey, its alright!!!

Btw. you can call me Ben, saves you writing homocidalbennyboy over and over again - its not the easiest name in the world!!!!

HBB
24.02.2003, 15:45
Hi homicidalbennyboy!!



As for the bullet points... there is an explanation link in the BBCode line under options which appears directly underneath the smilie selection on the left of the post. If you click here ... http://themouthpiece.com/faq.php?mode=bbcode

this should explain everything...

John

Thanx John, that was helpful and I know now how to insert


Bullet Points

Numbered Points
and Lettered Points!!!


Thanx

Dave Payn
20.01.2004, 13:31
Referring to a tongue-in-cheek (I think) statement made by Frenchie (OK, if you haven't yet sussed, she's my other half and no, she didn't suggest I start the topic on French horns! ALL my own work, that one - and proud of it!), I would just like to ask that though tMP is, as is stated on this thread, about banding, I would like to think that all aspects of brass playing - including trumpeters like me and French hornists like Frenchie - and relevant topics and references - are welcome here. (Some of the posts in the French horn debate imply otherwise...) After all, the proud (and I should add highly accurate) description of this site is 'Simply the best brass forum on the web'

No offence intended, just a thought/request.

Kind regards

DP

WhatSharp?
20.01.2004, 13:35
Perhaps we could have a new Section entitled "The OTHER lot" :D

or

"Non brass band music area" :D

Humphrey
15.05.2004, 01:27
Had my first post deleted within minutes of posting it. It did appear briefly and then.... the lost post!

Is it something I did wrong? The post didn't contain any bad language and I don't think it was offensive or hyper-critical; less so than many of the posts still in the thread. or....

is there some hidden rule about criticising YBS or DK!

I only did it a little. :lol: