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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-22-2010, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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im a newbie.....

and i need to purchase a wireless router for my project

i need to operate a robot( having wifi card) with my PC.....wifi card supports 802.11g

so i want a solution in buying it........................

and my PC has LAn connected and can i connect my robot thru LAN ???????????????
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hie ..to every one

im a newbie.....

and i need to purchase a wireless router for my project

i need to operate a robot( having wifi card) with my PC.....wifi card supports 802.11g

so i want a solution in buying it........................

and my PC has LAn connected and can i connect my robot thru LAN ???????????????
This is a wood working Router work shop . For wood working

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Hey Mark:

Would it be possible to add something to the registration process whereby new users must acknowledge that these forums are not for computer routers? Maybe something along the line that the user must type in the woodworking into a box. The OK-button-only route is easily dismissed. But have the new user type in woodworking then click OK would require that the new use at least thinks of the word woodworking.

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Hey Mark:

Would it be possible to add something to the registration process whereby new users must acknowledge that these forums are not for computer routers? Maybe something along the line that the user must type in the woodworking into a box. The OK-button-only route is easily dismissed. But have the new user type in woodworking then click OK would require that the new use at least thinks of the word woodworking.

Just a suggestion.

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The homepage guest view has been adjusted to have a woodworking related image, plus many occurrences of the words "Woodworking Community" beyond that I can't help people. If they're still missing the point, then maybe something is "missing" with them.

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The homepage guest view has been adjusted to have a woodworking related image, plus many occurrences of the words "Woodworking Community" beyond that I can't help people. If they're still missing the point, then may something is "missing" with them.
Well put, Mark! And thanks!

By the way, I tried to log out so that I could come as a guest just so I could see what they see. However, the forum has got me and won't let me go. It has me permanently logged in. Talk about being wanted, eh? Alright!

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Could be an issue with your browser being unable to delete your cookie. Either way, attached is a screen shot of the image I was referring to.

A pretty clear picture of a router (the woodworking variety, pretty hard to mistake it for a networking router), combined with the large bolded text of "Woodworking Community"



The fact of the matter is, no matter what I do. A pop up with massive flashing text that says "You are not on a Networking Community, you are on a Woodworking Community", there will always be the oblivious members.
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Agreed! Given that the guest screen clearly says Woodworking Community and they still don't clue in, the flashy screen would be a waste of time.

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Talking OOOOOOOOOops sorry

hie...gud mornning

im extremely sorry for positng here over it.......i have seen someposts...and it related to my requirement so i have posted my query...................
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