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Snarfie

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  1. The previous advice may be obsolete now. I just made a couple posts on the Pre-Code gallery and was immediately taken to the beginning of the thread. Then you just click back to page one. The board finally seems to be speeding up and getting back to normal!
  2. Many years ago this one was scheduled to air on the local PBS station, WTTW. I remember seeing it in the TV Guide (who uses one of those anymore?) - Nightfall (1956) with Aldo Ray (Brian Keith and Anne Bancroft also star). It never aired. I'd never heard the name Aldo Ray before and it stuck in my head as did the movie's title. It's directed by Jacques Tourneur who also did Out of the Past (1947). I've since seen Nightfall listed many times but it's always one of several newer movies sharing that same title. Well at least this time I know of it in advance and I sure can't be upset about it since it's being replaced by a Jane Wyman tribute. So all I'm really saying is I hope it's rescheduled again sometime soon. Thanks TCM!
  3. Thank you for all the wonderful pictures! Please don't be such a stranger to the Picture Gallery thread. : ) J. Message was edited by: Snarfie
  4. MGMWBRKO, Thank you so much for all you've done for us! I think yanceycravat said it best - You truly changed the way we watched TCM! We're going to miss you and hope you won't be a stranger here. I know you've been the driving force for getting the shorts into the main schedule. It was an often made request and will make life easier once we get used to it. We appreciate the dedication you've shown this past year even dropping by work on your day off to post the schedule! Well, this place won't be the same anymore but I hope the Shorts Forum will continue to be a lively area of the board. And an extra special thanks to Laughing Gravy too! You guys rock! Jeff P.S. Thanks for the heads up on the coming Charley Chase shorts - you know we'll be watching for those! Message was edited by: Snarfie
  5. I'm re-posting this from nine or ten posts ago as I hope it will be helpful for people. The only addenda I would make at this point is that yesterday one or two posts didn't go thru using this method so I find myself waiting just a little bit longer like 2 -3 seconds before hitting the back button. You want to hit it before you get the page timeout or get bounced back to the beginning of the thread. Also that once in a while a post may have gone through but still won't be visible after refreshing the page. Just a tip to make everyone's posting WAY easier: Once you realize what I've mentioned below that a message actually posts immediately after clicking the Post Message button then posting and editing can become much easier. The best way I've found to post a message on any thread that's more than one page long is as follows - Compose your message, hit the Post Message button, wait only one or two seconds then hit your browser's back button. This will bring you back to the thread you've just replied to. Your post will not yet be visible though at this point. Next, hit your browser's refresh button or F5 (refresh) on your keyboard. You should then be able to see your freshly posted message. Use this same method also when editing a post. This seems to be working quite well lately with only an occasional problem. Happy surfing! Message was edited by: Snarfie
  6. Hi Howard, Actually they've been ironing out some of the kinks and as I stated before here they made some huge improvements Sat or Sun and seem to have made some more Mon or Tues morning (today) . So things are slowly getting back to normal. Thanks for the reply, Jeff
  7. Good thinking Dan. FG, glad the pictures are back!
  8. Hi Pat, I've had no problems either. I saw the posts mentioning problems yesterday but didn't bother trying the link until today - and it's not working for me either.
  9. PMs are unaccessible as someone else has mentioned on one of the General Discussions threads. Click on the link and nothing happens or there's a page time-out.
  10. Hi, Just a note. This is only a one page thread - so posting and editing should work normally. Greetings from the states! J
  11. It's a problem with her Photobucket account. ForeverGarland, I don't know what to suggest - maybe start another Photobucket account. It's odd that they seem to appear initially. Here's one of your image links or URLs: http://i196.photobucket.com/albums/aa20/ItaliaIrish/ANNMILLER-1.jpg You should be able to paste it into your browser's address bar and bring up the picture but instead there's a Photobucket "page not found" message. Message was edited by: Snarfie
  12. Bolero (1934) Carole Lombard and George Raft
  13. I just love this picture of Ann Dvorak! She's pictured here with George Raft in a still from Scarface (1932). (This is a re-post from the Pre-Code Gallery).
  14. I've also addressed the issue of duplicate postings on that thread.
  15. I'm re-printing a post of mine here that's from filmlover's MANY problems in posting and editing under new board thread in General Issues. http://forums.turnerclassicmovies.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?threadID=113264&tstart=0 Just a tip to make everyone's posting WAY easier: Once you realize what I've mentioned below that a message actually posts immediately after clicking the Post Message button then posting and editing can become much easier. The best way I've found to post a message on any thread that's more than one page long is as follows - Compose your message, hit the Post Message button, wait only one or two seconds then hit your browser's back button. This will bring you back to the thread you've just replied to. Your post will not yet be visible though at this point. Next, hit your browser's refresh button or F5 (refresh) on your keyboard. You should then be able to see your freshly posted message. Use this same method also when editing a post. This seems to be working quite well lately with only an occasional problem. Happy surfing!
  16. >Snarfie,... but so few people look at General Issues, >and since this is such a wide spread problem with >so many individual participants, even I posted a >suggestion on this thread knowing it would be >read by more posters than in General Issues. Well if that's the case then I might as well re-print a post of mine here that's from filmlover's MANY problems in posting and editing under new board thread in General Issues. http://forums.turnerclassicmovies.com/jive/tcm/thread.jspa?threadID=113264&tstart=0 Just a tip to make everyone's posting WAY easier: Once you realize what I've mentioned below that a message actually posts immediately after clicking the Post Message button then posting and editing can become much easier. The best way I've found to post a message on any thread that's more than one page long is as follows - Compose your message, hit the Post Message button, wait only one or two seconds then hit your browser's back button. This will bring you back to the thread you've just replied to. Your post will not yet be visible though at this point. Next, hit your browser's refresh button or F5 (refresh) on your keyboard. You should then be able to see your freshly posted message. Use this same method also when editing a post. This seems to be working quite well lately with only an occasional problem. Happy surfing!
  17. Just a tip to make everyone's posting WAY easier: Once you realize what I've mentioned below that a message actually posts immediately after clicking the Post Message button then posting and editing can become much easier. The best way I've found to post a message on any thread that's more than one page long is as follows - Compose your message, hit the Post Message button, wait only one or two seconds then hit your browser's back button. This will bring you back to the thread you've just replied to. Your post will not yet be visible though at this point. Next, hit your browser's refresh button or F5 (refresh) on your keyboard. You should then be able to see your freshly posted message. Use this same method also when editing a post. This seems to be working quite well lately with only an occasional problem. Happy surfing! Message was edited by: Snarfie
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