Thursday night gang! Chat night in the Chronic Pain room. Last week we had a huge crowd and had a blast. So come join the friendship and fun!
One thing we discovered with that large a crowd is that it can be hard to follow the conversation since it scrolls by so fast. Our solution was to split up the group. Folks who wanted a slower more relaxed visit went to another chat room and it worked out great.
If you are new and are not sure how to get to the chat rooms here are the directions....
To get to the chat room you just click on the words/button CHAT or CHAT ROOMS. Both will take you to the same place. Where are those words/buttons? Above the Topics list where all of the discussions are listed is a button that says "NEW TOPIC". Going up some more are a line of words that read
Forum Rules | Help Manual | Chat Rooms | Moderators | Volunteer
You can just click on the word Chat Rooms and there you are! Or you can go up one more line and come to a thin blue bar. On that bar, is:
Log Off | Control Panel | Home | Calendar | Chat | Search | Members | Help
Just click on the word CHAT and it also takes you to the chat room menu.
Once the pop-up Chat window opens go through the steps. From the drop down menu choose the Chronic Pain chat room. Once chosen you then do step #2 and log in. Then you will see the chat screen in that window. You just start typing in the small window at the bottom of the viewing area (where everyone's words show up) Below where you type is an option you can click on to view the Chat rules and help.
If you can't get the chat window to open make sure you allow a pop-up. If you have it blocked you will not be able to do chats. On Firefox/Mozilla browser it will tell me at the top of the screen that it's blocked and allow me to let this one place open a pop-up.
I hope this helps and hope to see you there....
Co-Moderator Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Forums ~~~
Fibromyalgia, Ulcerative Colitis, Insulin dependent diabetic, PTSD, dermatitis herpetiformus, osteoarthritis, collapsed disk, and a few other side dishes.
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