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    Uh...... What's a Wiki ?????

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    duge,

    Wikis allow users to collaboratively add and edit content to a knowledge base, similar to Wikipedia.

    Basically, there will be a lot of different pages that members here can keep up-to-date. I imagine that there will be pages for certain researchers (e.g., Wise Young, Hans Keirstead, Stephen Davies) listing their ongoing and prior research. It will be a one-stop shop for information related to spinal cord injuries.

    Thanks everyone. I'll let you know how everything works when I figure it out.
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    ........put the mouse down and step slowly away from the key board.

    Thanks Steven, if I had half your brains people would think I was bright!

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    You guys overestimate my intellectual capacity.
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  5. #15
    Freaking awesome, Steven. Will it be a compilation of current data, or a new beginning?

    Thanks a lot, you deserve a >

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    Thanks quadvet.

    The wiki will be a fresh start, so there will be lots of work for us to do once it gets going.

    Steven
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    Man, that's gonna take alotta of work!

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    Steven, is it just me or is there a problem when doing quoted replies? A click on 'submit' and it goes and then a blank page appears with 'done' down in the left corner. Wait, wait, wait...hit refresh and then get a click retry, click on retry and get a 'this is a duplicate and will be redirected to that post'. Then I am back to my one time quoted reply. If I use 'quick reply' no problems or delay at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Pendleton View Post
    Steven, is it just me or is there a problem when doing quoted replies? A click on 'submit' and it goes and then a blank page appears with 'done' down in the left corner. Wait, wait, wait...hit refresh and then get a click retry, click on retry and get a 'this is a duplicate and will be redirected to that post'. Then I am back to my one time quoted reply. If I use 'quick reply' no problems or delay at all.
    I noticed that as well, probably half my posts yesterday I had that problem.
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    It's not just you, Sue. The Wiki is only enabled for me and Wise, so I thought only we get that problem. It happens intermittently on quick replys as well, though I haven't been able to find a situation that consistently reproduces the behavior.

    I disabled the Wiki since it's affecting others as well. Let me know if it happens again.

    ETA: Bah! It happened just now, using quick reply. Disabling it didn't help.
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