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    Senior Member NGF Addict! D Nickerson's Avatar
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    My son just taught me about adding friends. If you get a request you'll know
    it by going to the top of the home page and clicking on community. Then
    select friends and contacts. Scroll down and you will see if anyone has
    requested it. One of the moderators might be able to explain it better.
    Just figured I let you know, cause I don't go into community that much.
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    I sent you a friend request. Let me know how that goes.

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    Whenever I got a request a message flashed on my screen and it showed up in my inbox on this IPad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrub oak View Post
    Whenever I got a request a message flashed on my screen and it showed up in my inbox on this IPad.
    Yeah I don't have that on my computer.
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    amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember or
    overthrow it."

    - Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865)

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