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Scott Davis

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I would love to hear your suggestions to enhance our site, make it easier to navigate and hear your ideas for additional content.  Please add your thoughts here!
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A suggestion for the forum - an area for test posting. This is new forum software for me and I'd like to experiment with adding images, etc.


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Great suggestion SolarInterested!  I've added a thread for that in this Forum Chat section.
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If the forum software supports it a RSS feed for new posts would be nice.
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A suggestion for the forum - an area for test posting. This is new forum software for me and I'd like to experiment with adding images, etc.


 Tried cutting and pasting, and inserting image, the simplest way is to use the manage attachments at the bottom, then you can just browse to the photo on your computer.
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... the simplest way is to use the manage attachments at the bottom, then you can just browse to the photo on your computer.

Yup that's easier than adding pictures by clicking on the tree icon which requires that the image is hosted elsewhere. Could be an issue for Scott if hosting a lot of images is a problem.

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If the forum software supports it a RSS feed for new posts would be nice.


I'm new to forums and I don't know much abour RSS, but according to the settings, it is enabled.  I'm still on the 7 day free trial, so maybe this feature will appear after I pay tomorrow?

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... I'm new to forums and I don't know much abour RSS, but according to the settings, it is enabled.
I found it eventually Scott. The icon was displayed in my browser navigation bar - I had been looking for it somewhere on the forum pages. Thanks.

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... I'm still on the 7 day free trial

Just curious if you looked at any of the free options like https://www.phpbb.com/ ?

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Scott

I suggest a forum on PV panels

There are several people talking about this, but few have an idea about the payback, 
Like a 30% federal tax credit.  No sales tax in some states.  Many states allow net metering and some offer to pay you for every killowatt hour you produce.

I have panels that increase my disposable income by over $400 per month.

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