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    I've decided to try one more chat option, since previous attempts haven't been the greatest. Anyway, it is a chatbox (shout box?) that is currently located at the bottom of the forum home page. And for a brief testing period, this is where I plan on leaving it. Depending on how the community uses it, there is the option to also show it in the forum areas, as well as the threads. An upcoming release will also allow me to place it on the CMS front page. But, as I said, I am currently just going to test it out and see how it gets used.

    Feel free to try it out, and leave comments either in the chat box, here in the comments area, or both. I know I have previously stated that I was trimming off the options and getting back to the bare-bones of what people use the site for, but after seeing a few other sites out there with this, I figured I'd give it a trial run.

    • Jonpro03
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      Jonpro03 commented
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      I don't see it, where is it?

    • bszopi
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      bszopi commented
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      If you go to the main forum page ( http://60degreev6.com/forum/forum.php ), and then scroll down to near the bottom, between the forum listing and the forum stats/who's online area. If you have it shown, it will be above the garage random pictures. If you can't see the chat box, please let me know and I will look into it.

      Oh, by the way, you need to be logged in in order to see it.

      Sent from my Droid using Tapatalk
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