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Lobby 1. About Forward Motion FAQ topic #60
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Mesg #63 "RE: Questions and Suggestions"
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Date Wed Aug-29-12 10:42 PM



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It is likely to be an error.

If you didn't have rights you wouldn't see the board at all. Roving Crits is not a private board, but one available to all members. There are no 'posting' rights, just rights to see (and post and edit) boards. Private Roving Crits is an example of a private board that you need rights to see.

There is no moderation before posts get made. A mod might remove a post if it contravenes TOS, but nothing happens before.

I don't have more information on the technical side, so I'll let those in the know have a look in that area.

In the mean time you could try posting again.


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Questions and Suggestions [View all] , jschara, Sat Aug-11-12 04:11 PM
  RE: Questions and Suggestions, 1351, Aug 29th 2012, #1
RE: Questions and Suggestions, CatrinP, Aug 29th 2012 #2
      RE: Questions and Suggestions, 1351, Aug 30th 2012, #3
           RE: Questions and Suggestions, jschara, Aug 31st 2012, #4

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