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    Post by Ivo on Tue Aug 02, 2011 1:32 am

    Hi Everyone,

    Just got a message from one of our members asking if it was possible to change/correct his name of the forum.

    Honestly I didn't know if there was an option making it possible for a member to do that himself. Normally I or a Mod would go into a members profile and do it manually, but I went ahead and checked it out. Turns out it that option was only a click away, now everyone is allowed to change/correct their names here.
    Simply go to your Profile > Information and change/correct your Name just as you would with /Gender/Birthday/Location/... fields.

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    It's a good option and will allow you to correct your name (Capitalization, Spelling, Spacing, etc.) or even change it completely. With that said...a small favor to ask...If you do decide to completely change your name...Please drop a note in the New Members Introductions telling us your old & new name. That's all I ask, just so we don't confuse you for a new member. Smile

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    Post by genesis on Tue Aug 02, 2011 2:14 am

    sorry Ivo,couldn't get an effective click on the ''new member '' box to let you know of a name change.I'll use genesis from now on....a few pauls,so my favourite band can take the stand!former user name=paul.cheers!Smile
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    Post by Ivo on Thu Aug 04, 2011 5:22 pm

    No problem...here is even better. Got your name updated on the map too. Smile

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