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    What do the circles by the names in the messages indicate? I noticed that there are two different colors.

  • #2
    Re: Circles by names in messages

    Blue the user is offline
    Green the user is online
    If you click the circle there is a drop down where you can view the following

    1. View Public Profile
    2. Send a privite message to the user
    3. Visit users home page if available
    4. Find all posts by the user
    5. Add user to the buddy lisy

    In the near future there will also be some new features added including the ability to have your own photo gallery within the WCI site. This is in development and hope to launch in the next couple of weeks.


    • #3
      Re: Circles by names in messages

      Paul the blue means you are off line and if the circle is green it means you are on line.


      • #4
        Re: Circles by names in messages

        I think we need a crooked circle -- maybe orange?? - purple? - that indicates you're out of line.


        • #5
          Re: Circles by names in messages

          If you have an orange circle, you need to see your chiropractor!



          • #6
            Re: Circles by names in messages

            If you have a black circle, you just sold your "best" carving for $3.95 and they think they overpaid!


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