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When i joined DANIWEB 18 months ago things where much simpler, it was easy to start a thread,if you started a thread in the wrong place some1 helped you out and you could easily get to your old threads and answer new threads, these days everything is helofa complicated, i have more than 20 years computer experience. When i create a thread it pure luck cause i don't know how i got to the screen where i could do it, if no one answers my thread i cannot get to it again, if you don't follow the instructions in certain topic's to the T the people are unfriendly (not that anyone can understand the instructions - seems you must be a computer professor to understand it, so i was lucky today to be able to start a new thread, it actually has nothing to do with what i wanted to post and asked but wont be able to get to the post anyway again, hope things get uncomplicated again one-day :)

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>>if no one answers my thread i cannot get to it again

See that purple ribbon at the bottom of the screen? It contains several links -- one of them is "Threads I've Posted In" and another "Threads I've Started". Just click "Threads I've Started" and DaniWeb will show you links to all the threads you have created, whether anyone has posted in them or not. Can't get much smipler than that friend.

Edited by Ancient Dragon: n/a

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Well, starting a thread is just a matter of finding the right forum and then clinking on the big link that says: Click Here to Start a New Thread

Ancient Dragon has covered finding your posts.

Which just leaves the complaint that DaniWeb members are unfriendly, which I have to say is not something I would agree with. On the whole DaniWeb members are very friendly and very willing to help.

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To start a thread, look at the categories across the top of the page (Software Development, Web Development, etc). Select one of the subcategories either from the dropdown menu or by clicking into the main category and then selecting the subcategory. Then click the button that says Start a New Thread either at the top or bottom of the thread listing.

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Yes,actually DaniWeb not so active. I never get right answer whenever i posted thread about my problem in programming or any. Normally less replies; sometimes, 0 replies.
Seems not interesting my thread. I prefer whirlpool forum which is based in Aus.

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I am familiar with the whirlpool forums and I know they can be popular for networking-related stuff, but I've never considered them a programming forum.

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Yes,actually DaniWeb not so active. I never get right answer whenever i posted thread about my problem in programming or any. Normally less replies; sometimes, 0 replies.
Seems not interesting my thread. I prefer whirlpool forum which is based in Aus.

While it's possible that you're so advanced nobody on Daniweb knows the answers to your questions, I'm inclined to believe that failure to get a good answer (or sometimes any answer at all) means you didn't ask a smart question.

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Yes,actually DaniWeb not so active. I never get right answer whenever i posted thread about my problem in programming or any. Normally less replies; sometimes, 0 replies.
Seems not interesting my thread. I prefer whirlpool forum which is based in Aus.

Really?

Having worked for an Australian IT news organisation for a few years, I know Whirlpool well and it's mainly targeted at Internet/Telecoms stuff such as broadband issues. I would be very surprised if the couple of generic development and programming forums there were better populated and provided more specific expertise than DaniWeb to be honest with you.

As for never getting the right answers to your queries on DaniWeb, a quick check of your profile suggests otherwise. How about these ones for example:

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread331851.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread329017.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread328832.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread305785.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread298231.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread297969.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/post508336.html#post508336

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread115405.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread116421.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/post584619.html#post584619

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