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    Light face, bold face?

    Why is it my articles are all light face when everyone else's are bold face?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Pate View Post
    Why is it my articles are all light face when everyone else's are bold face?
    It might depend on the link site or what type they use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Pate View Post
    Why is it my articles are all light face when everyone else's are bold face?
    Because they are "articles". It was a new feature now available in vBulletin to make it easier for readers to distinguish between folks who actually want to discuss topics and those that just want to post whatever pops into their noggins that is not really meant for discussion, but only for your ongoing blogging of the same topics warmed over.

    The lighter font signals to all that they need not take these "articles" for more than just someone's latest blog entry, Robert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
    Because they are "articles". It was a new feature now available in vBulletin to make it easier for readers to distinguish between folks who actually want to discuss topics and those that just want to post whatever pops into their noggins that is not really meant for discussion, but only for your ongoing blogging of the same topics warmed over.

    The lighter font signals to all that they need not take these "articles" for more than just someone's latest blog entry, Robert.

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    If that is the case I guess they will have to remain light face. I always answer everyone that responds to my post. However, when someone responds with a 1,000 word smoke screen I get discouraged. Its really not that complicated. Paul said that the Gospel is a simple message. What's complicated and confusing is religion. If you can't make a statement about what you believe in 100 words or less, chances are you don't have the truth, what you have is religion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Pate View Post
    If you can't make a statement about what you believe in 100 words or less, chances are you don't have the truth, what you have is religion.
    I guess that explains why all of your OPs in your many redundant threads exceed the 100 word limit. Got it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ask Mr. Religion View Post
    I guess that explains why all of your OPs in your many redundant threads exceed the 100 word limit. Got it. Thanks.

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    Opening post should be easy to understand and to the point, with scripture backing. My post may be redundant to you because you are void of the Holy Spirit. But to many other Spirit filled Christians my post are a breath of fresh air.

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