More Help with writing or replying to a message on the Disney Echo
In addition to the help given here, you'll find more information if you click 'Help' in the bar above this message.
Help with writing or replying to a message on the Disney Echo:
To start a new topic, or to reply to a message in an existing topic, you must be registered. See the 'More help with Registering' message if you want to find out how to register.
If you check the box marked 'Do you wish to add your signature?' the signature you entered when you registered will be added to the bottom of the post. You can edit your signature at any time by modifying your Profile. The signatures are updated with each read of a topic, so if you change your signature now, all posts you have made will carry the new signature.
Email notification of replies:
You can check the box marked 'Do you want email notification of replies?' to receive an email notifying you of any new posts made to the topic.
Mouse-eared emoticons, known as MickEmoticons, are a feature of the Disney Echo. If you uncheck the box marked 'Do you wish to enable MickEmoticons in this post?' the MickEmoticon code will not be converted into a graphic in your message.
You can choose to preview your message before posting by clicking the 'yes' radio button. This will allow you to correct any typing mistakes before the post is added to the database. You'll also be able to come back any time in the future and edit any message you've written to the Disney Echo: after logging in, go to your message and click on 'Edit'.
You must complete all the fields when making a post with the exception of the Topic Description when starting a new topic.
Flood control has been enabled as a safety feature on the Disney Echo, so you'll have to wait the specified time (usually 30 seconds) before making a new post. This is to prevent double posting and spamming.
Clicking on 'MickEmoticons are enabled' (if the link is visable) will bring up the code legend for the mouse-eared emoticons. Clicking on the 'IkonCode Legend' will bring up the code legend for using IkonCode.
RichKoster, Disney Echo modEARator