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Posted by andrewmcc 
New features
July 10, 2012 07:14PM
Hi folks,
Just like to draw your attention to a couple of things which have been added since I moved the site:

1. Photos attached to a message will now appear as thumbnails in the body of the message: clicking on them will open the picture in a kind of popup, but you can click on the cross (or anywhere else that isn't the picture itself) to close it.

2. You can now send private messages to other users by clicking the "PM" link next to their name (which is only available if you're logged in, so that only registered users can send private messages to each other).

When they log in, they'll see that they have new messages near the top of each screen). I'd encourage you to try that first if you want to get in touch with somebody privately, before asking me to put you in touch with them. Anybody you send a private message should get an email telling them so (unless they've turned this off in their settings).

I've also worked out what this "announcements" thing is about!

Andrew
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