March 19th, 2011, 11:06 PM
Not sure if this is the correct place for my query but here goes......how can I change my signature? I can get up to where is says "edit about me" but cannot seem to figure out the next step.
Thanks in anticipation. Dave
March 20th, 2011, 12:00 AM
Actually Dave... no, it's not the right place. You put your question in an existing thread on a totally different topic. The right thing to do is to start a NEW thread with your question. I've done that for you.
Do you know how to start a new thread??? If not you click on the NEW POST button on the top left hand side of the index of threads in the forum you want to start a new thread in.
The answer to your question is:
Click on "UserCP" on the menubar
Click on "Edit Signature" on the left side navigation.
That's all there is to it.
March 20th, 2011, 01:35 AM
Thank you Sir! I am as dumb as dog doodoo when it comes to doing computer stuff even though I use them all day every day as tools to run frequency analyzers, pulse systems etc but, when it comes to actually making them do something or change a setting etc. dumb as.
When I started it was all valves, then the first transistor came along about as big as your little finger in a tiny glass bottle painted black, we all knew they'd never amount to anything! Then intergrated circuits and thick films. I got out of the trade when stuff started coming through with complete circuits printed onto a plastic sheet and rolled up like a kebab and held together with a plastic paper clip with an edge connecter soldered into a mother board.
Now we are all dependant on this technology for everything, it would be a good time to invade a few countries. A few strategic magnetic pulse bombs in the stratosphere and everything shuts down. It won't effect valve stuff however, I might get my old job back!!
March 20th, 2011, 12:17 PM
A few strategic magnetic pulse bombs in the stratosphere and everything shuts down. It won't effect valve stuff however, I might get my old job back!!
And I'll lose mine. The world is like a shark, it must move forward or it dies.
I'm your age and jumped on the computer bandwagon in 1983 -- it turned out by luck that I was riding the right horse. Nothing wrong with valves or tubes in the right application. There's always a need for that expertise.
Learning computers is like learning everything -- you have to invest the time and make a zillion mistakes along the way.