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    First of all, you have no idea how much it pains me to have to write this, especially considering I took I.T. for 2 years but how do you add a new line on here? I have tried everything and read the help page on the subject to no avail. If it matters, I am using Internet Explorer. Help would be appreciated as since I'm applying to a computer course, this is crushing my self-confidence
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    (Original post by CptHooke)
    First of all, you have no idea how much it pains me to have to write this, especially considering I took I.T. for 2 years but how do you add a new line on here? I have tried everything and read the help page on the subject to no avail. If it matters, I am using Internet Explorer. Help would be appreciated as since I'm applying to a computer course, this is crushing my self-confidence
    Can you explain what you mean by a "new line"? If you mean a new entry in a forum's list of topics (called a new "thread"), that's what you've done in posting this.
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    (Original post by Illusionary)
    Can you explain what you mean by a "new line"? If you mean a new entry in a forum's list of topics (called a new "thread"), that's what you've done in posting this.
    Ha, no not a thread;
    This kinda thing,
    kinda like new paragraphs,
    btw, I had to copy someone's post to do this...
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    (Original post by CptHooke)
    First of all, you have no idea how much it pains me to have to write this, especially considering I took I.T. for 2 years but how do you add a new line on here? I have tried everything and read the help page on the subject to no avail. If it matters, I am using Internet Explorer. Help would be appreciated as since I'm applying to a computer course, this is crushing my self-confidence
    The enter/return button?
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    (Original post by CptHooke)
    Ha, no not a thread;
    This kinda thing,
    kinda like new paragraphs,
    btw, I had to copy someone's post to do this...
    As thunder_chunky suggests, it's just the same as you would with any other program - use the enter/return key on your keyboard.
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    It doesn't seem to work on my laptop... Works fine on other sites, just troubles on TSR. I've seen other people have this trouble in the past but can't remember what they used for a solution.
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    (Original post by CptHooke)
    It doesn't seem to work on my laptop... Works fine on other sites, just troubles on TSR. I've seen other people have this trouble in the past but can't remember what they used for a solution.
    Assuming that you're using Windows, do you have the same problem when using the 'virtual keyboard' program for inputs?

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    Yup on Windows and just typed this with the on-screen keyboard, still no luck. :/
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    (Original post by CptHooke)
    Yup on Windows and just typed this with the on-screen keyboard, still no luck. :/
    Can you try using a different browser? I'd recommend Chrome: https://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/ch...wser/?hl=en-GB
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    (Original post by Illusionary)
    Can you try using a different browser? I'd recommend Chrome: https://www.google.com/intl/en_uk/ch...wser/?hl=en-GB
    Eh, I'll just live with it. Thanks for all your help though.
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    Eh, I'll just live with it. Thanks for all your help though.
    Chrome is worth switching to regardless :yep:
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    (Original post by Illusionary)
    Chrome is worth switching to regardless :yep:
    Ha, I've been asking people for years if they'd ever noticed a difference between Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc. Never had a straight answer. :P
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    (Original post by CptHooke)
    Ha, I've been asking people for years if they'd ever noticed a difference between Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc. Never had a straight answer. :P
    Here's a straight answer for you then - Chrome is very much faster and more reliable for me than any version of IE has ever been (and Firefox, though to a lesser extent), while also offering much greater opportunity for customisation.
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    Here's a straight answer for you then - Chrome is very much faster and more reliable for me than any version of IE has ever been (and Firefox, though to a lesser extent), while also offering much greater opportunity for customisation.
    Cool, might try it. The only other answer I had before was someone used Safari because they had a Mac and used Firefox because they like the logo.
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    Ha, I've been asking people for years if they'd ever noticed a difference between Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc. Never had a straight answer. :P
    Use Chrome, you will not regret it
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    Ha, I've been asking people for years if they'd ever noticed a difference between Chrome, Firefox, IE, etc. Never had a straight answer. :P
    Likewise. Highly recommend Chrome. Its a really fast, reliable and lightweight browser. Put that together with all the available extensions & plugins and its one of the best browsers out there.
 
 
 
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