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  • #16
    OK, whatever. Don't see the connection. But funny, if you say so.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by tnjind View Post
      OK, whatever. Don't see the connection. But funny, if you say so.
      Seriously?

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      • #18
        Jeez, I must be an idiot, I thought it was the "tig welding for dummies" book.

        Yeah, that is funny.

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        • #19
          Slow site

          Thanks for bringing up this issue, we are aware of the problem. We are in the process of moving the site to a new extra-roomy server, as our current server is at capacity. I also suspect it may be the fact we turned a new feature on. We'll try turning it off and see if that fixes the issue.

          In the meantime, thanks for your patience!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Admin View Post
            Thanks for bringing up this issue, we are aware of the problem. We are in the process of moving the site to a new extra-roomy server, as our current server is at capacity. I also suspect it may be the fact we turned a new feature on. We'll try turning it off and see if that fixes the issue.

            In the meantime, thanks for your patience!
            Thanks for taking action on this...
            Several have commented that they don't have a problem, many more of us
            DO have a problem. I went from dial-up to DSL several months ago. Until
            recently, this site was FAST, now however it's slower than it was when I
            had dial-up. All other sites are still fast, I only have a problem with this
            site being slow.
            Since you're aware of the problem, I hope you can get it resolved soon.
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            • #21
              It the server is running at capacity, that's a good explanation. It's still quite slow for me - approximately 10 seconds to come in each time I click on a new thread.

              Hope it gets fixed soon. Thanks.
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              • #22
                Thank's Miller it seems fixed.

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