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I clicked on new posts and got a white screen with a bunch of stuff on it about MySQL not being able to connect. I refreshed and go a long list of stuff that looked like URL addresses. Finally, I just closed the browser and restarted it and came to woodbarter via a book mark and everything appears ok.
 

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What are you using? pc, phone,tablet?
 

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Next time it does it get a screen capture for me - if you can't connect to the site send it to my email admin at woodbarter.com.
 

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If you don't know how to get a screen shot, let me know, I can walk ya through it. (What browser are you using so I can gather some info on it.)
 

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Right on....me too. Do you use the Awesome Screen Shot add on?
 

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On a PC or laptop you don't need an app or add on - all you have to do is hit the PrtSc/SysRq button and it saves the image to your clipboard, where you can just paste it into your image editor to save or edit and save.

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What if my button is 2 buttons? Then what?

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woooo.....look at all that dust!! :sarcastic:
 

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A good guess would be . . .

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Sometimes you gotta hit function or alt and prt scrn

Most versions of windows also have the 'snipping' tool under start-all programs- accessories

On a mac, you can hit command shift 4
 

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That button scrolls me up to the top of the page....??
 

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I'll have to research it in the am..
 

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Sometimes you gotta hit function or alt and prt scrn

Most versions of windows also have the 'snipping' tool under start-all programs- accessories

On a mac, you can hit command shift 4
Found the snip tool. Cool!!! Thanks.
 

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Ok...I found out I need to press The fn key and the prt key then go to paint and paste.
That's what I said earlier lol

But yes, the snip tool is much better for a majority of things, especially when you only want a portion of the screen to be captured.
 

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I use the print screen and paint together. Since I leave paint open most of the time, this is no more than 3 button clicks.
Print Screen
Enlarge Paint (if not already enlarged)
Paste
 
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I also use the snipping tool if I want just a small portion but I use Alan's method mostly because it's faster and fewer clicks . . .
 
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