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    Changing handle to a new one

    Is it possible to change ones handle from the one being used at present to another one? My handle is so similar to others that some confuse me with other forum participants.
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Can’t amyone answer my question? Admins’…???
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Can’t anyone answer my question? Admins’…???

    I’d like to change it if possible.
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    I think Rob is busy with other site issues at the moment (double posting for one).... might be easier to just start a new account and quit using this one...
    The harder you fall, the higher you bounce...

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    You could private message Minnesota Dave (he's a moderator) or just start a new account under the new name.
    ---Meltedmetal

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Weekends in the summer might not be the best time to catch any of them online though...
    The harder you fall, the higher you bounce...

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Thanks guys....I think I'll just start a new account, and stop posting to this one! Appreciated!
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    That is easy way
    Some moderators can change the names.
    This site looks like only has one at active moderate Minnesota Dave.
    He has hands full on this site.

    I on another that is half size and there are three active moderates.

    FYI Most sites do not pay the moderators they only do it to help the group out.


    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by metalmelter2021 View Post
    Thanks guys....I think I'll just start a new account, and stop posting to this one! Appreciated!

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Quote Originally Posted by metalmelter2021 View Post
    Is it possible to change ones handle from the one being used at present to another one? My handle is so similar to others that some confuse me with other forum participants.
    i agree, theres about 3 guys im starting to get confused w/. all have numbers of recentf yrs., and something about melted steel. the other option, would be start a new acct., and introduce urself under ur new name. theres at least 2 guys here that i know of that did that. probaably easier/better for the guys that run this board. so lets get started - what would u like ur new screen name(s be, or u got in mind, so we can helpcomment so it dont haen again?
    Last edited by 123weld; 07-30-2022 at 03:55 PM.

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    [QUOTE=metalmelter202

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    By the title I thought you meant the handle on a mig gun, tig torch or stick handle, or just maybe a plasma torch handle.

    Did not think cb radio talk for handle when talking about a user account name.
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Quote Originally Posted by N2 Welding View Post
    By the title I thought you meant the handle on a mig gun, tig torch or stick handle, or just maybe a plasma torch handle.

    Did not think cb radio talk for handle when talking about a user account name.
    lol, the cb crossed my mind, he might be an old trucker

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Yea.... could be another reason the mods weren't picking up on it...
    The harder you fall, the higher you bounce...

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Ok - changeover is done!
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Sounds great

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by RCWelds View Post
    Ok - changeover is done!

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Roman Catholic, huh?
    The harder you fall, the higher you bounce...

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Maybe RC model airplanes ✈.

    Dave

    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    Roman Catholic, huh?

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    I would have thought RC was Running Crazy Welds
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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    multiple accounts is against the rules. you can always PM me if you need stuff done.

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    Re: Changing handle to a new one

    Good to know
    Same rules on other sites too.

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robb M. View Post
    multiple accounts is against the rules. you can always PM me if you need stuff done.

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