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If you have recently joined the forum.... Welcome!

 

It's always nice for new member to say hello.

We don't need an autobiography, just a hi and where you're from will be enough.

 

Please take a look at the guides in out technical help section before posting your first report

http://www.oblivionstate.com/forum/information/technical-help/

 

You can upload your images directly to the forum too! Just drag your files in,
or click the "choose files" link below the edit box.

 

Thanks for joining!

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