01-30-02, 06:13 AM
tygi here...i just want to know what vB stands for..and a very simple
question....how to pronounce 'sciforums'? and what it stands for?
someone kindly answer me coz i am so eager to know more about this forum..it attracted me lotz. Another question is , let say i post threads 'everywhere'..is there any way to trace my own footprints??
it's important for me coz i want to be more responsive not hit and run...that's it!!
01-30-02, 03:29 PM
Sciforums - short for 'science-forums'. Pronounced psy-forums. Isn't that obvious?
Why is the 'Computer Science' forum wider than all the rest of the forums?
'Last post' buttons off the right edge.
01-31-02, 11:05 PM
umm.. it's not supposed to be that way.
What browser are you using?
Using Internet Explorer.
All other forums are okay.
02-02-02, 12:56 AM
While logged in to SciForums a few days ago, this hamster lost access to the Imahamster account. Logging in through this hamster’s usual “junk” passwords failed. (Could have forgotten the password.) Attempts to access through email address failed.
Any way to get access back? Could the ImaHamster2 password and email address be assigned to the old Imahamster account? Or must Imahamster pass away so quickly as do all the short-lived critters.
Thanks for any help Porfiry.
Imahamster, aka ImaHamster2
Initially your question got me too,hahahaha...
then later i figured it out.
its because of "why are ......hard to compute?"thread.and i would assume you are using 800x600 RESOLUTION,ISNT IT?
Using 1024 by 768 resolution.
All threads display normally, including one mentioned.
Only forum thread list is a problem.
Can eliminate the problem by removing "Favorites" list - but
it's a pain when only the one forum thread list is goofed up.
Thanks anyway :(
BOYO,Cant figure that one out...??:confused:
i think Chagur has a point about computer science forum.i too am experienceing such a thing...??:confused:
Originally posted by joshua_tygi
i just want to know what vB stands for
02-08-02, 09:11 AM
thanz anyway for the explainations.
03-05-02, 12:20 AM
Personally I would be really finicky and say "i hasn't been defined to begin with", this in the programming languages I have dealt with, would make the code inoperable.
Of course I'm sure that wasn't the answer you were looking for, Would that be your Homework per chance? lol
Welcome to Sciforums anyway!, you should check the Forum area Nerd Culture for these taxing equations, perhaps even answer a few questions yourself ;)
there is no problem now,what was the trouble BTW? erm...just curious.