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Thread: Grouping Existing Paintings

  1. #1
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    Grouping Existing Paintings

    I've seen some group existing paintings & comments into one area on the forum, How is that done without losing the existing posts & comments?

    Kind Regards,
    Florida Girl

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    Group existing paintings? You sure? I'm not positive, but I don't think that's possible unless a forum moderator merges the threads. People do frequently create a single thread and post all their images to that thread, though.

    .g

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    One of the reasons I'm looking at other sites is to be able to group ArtRage stuff together.

    At the moment I think it's not possible on the Forum.

    Do other Forums let you group things?

    Phil
    Luck is infatuated with the efficient.

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    Yes, instead of making a separate post for each painting, it would be nice to group all of our paintings under one post using our log in name. A "collection" or "folder" under one title or post.... sort of like the image dumps some have created here. More organized & easier to gage our progress.


    THanks,
    FG 8)

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    Thats why I put my sketch blog in my signature, would be good if you have something like:

    PROFILE, PM, GALLERY, WWW, MSN etc etc 8)
    You can view all my other artwork here http://spookyjules.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Ok, Thanks Everyone.
    I appreciate your suggestions.

    Kind Regards,
    Florida Girl

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    FG, Getting your own domain is easy. Many domain registars have "site" templates which you can do as well. One option is to use Flickr as well. Then post a link in your AR signature.

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