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  1. #1 How to search for your answers. 
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    Greetings and welcome to Mallcrawlin.com!

    If you're new to this forum, I would like to take the time to thank you for taking the time to read this post.

    On the other hand, if you've been around the block for while and were provided a link to this thread from a question you asked...chances are, you posted a question that has been asked and answered time and time again.

    Have no fear. As you are about to learn how to get the answers you need all by your self!

    This an every forum on the internet has a feature called the SEARCH! What is this you ask? Well lets look below and find out, shall we?

    What you are looking at the opening page to the Mallcrawlin forum. We want to find the search feature. Looking at the picture below we see that this feature is at the top right portion of the forum. No matter what page you look at, the search is ALWAYS located in the same spot! AMAZING!!


    Once you hit the 'Go' button or hit Enter on your keyboard the next page will appear. Fear not! This is letting you know that you will soon have answers.


    After a short while, a page similar to this one will appear.


    Now you might be asking yourself "Holt crap, I wanted to know about 31's for my grand but I dont see shit about 31's on here at all!". Ah...but the info is here my friend. What ever you searched for doesn't exactly have to appear on the title of the thread but your answer will be posted in that thread.

    Let's say that you don't want to go through every single thread? Not a problem because this forum has another feature called a pop-up bubble. Oh yea...this allows you sorta peek in and read the first few sentences that started that thread. Simply point your mouse over the thread but DO NOT CLICK!! AMAZING...yes?


    So now that you've peeked in and saw that what you were looking for is posted inside that thread, the next step is to open it up for further investigation.


    There might a times when you must continue your search on another thread. Have patience my friend, this works!! Proof is below...


    Now keep in mind that there will be times when you just can't find the answer you're looking for. That's ok, so long as you've taken the time to look an find out on your own. We here at Mallcrawlin are here to help teach and learn from our own, & others mistakes. There are exceptions to this help however...when someone asks an obvious question that can be easliy answered by simply looking it up!


    If you would like to help a n00b. Please copy and past the link to this thread onto that n00bie's post. I'm sure he/she will thank you for it.


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    What a fucking concept, eh? How dare you bring logic to this thread. What are you, some kind of asshole?
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    Should be a sticky......
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    Quote Originally Posted by DCHZJ View Post
    Should be a sticky......

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    If we blame guns for killing people, does that mean we can blame forks for making Rosie O'Donnell a fat cow??


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    Your thread has been put in video form.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9q2jNjOPdk
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    It actually works a bit better too if you use the Advanced Search feature rather than Quick Search feature.
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    HOLY CRAP DAVE! DON'T CONFUSE THEM!


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverkillZJ View Post
    HOLY CRAP DAVE! DON'T CONFUSE THEM!


    That goes under Advanced Noobie Tech
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    Quote Originally Posted by zjguy721 View Post
    That goes under Advanced Noobie Tech

    ha...ha...ahahah thats an oxymoron if ive ever heard one...
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    Advanced search.....hell until they master quick search they should not even be allowed to see advanced search.

    like Matt said confusing for the Noobie


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