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Everytime I click to read someone's profile, I get an error message saying I'm not authorized to read profiles. Why am I not allowed to read profiles?

Where is the menu to create my profile? I have some tank pics to post, but I can't find the screen to save my life.

Charles:lol:
 

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Hi Charles you dont have enough post to see the profiles yet ,what you can do goes up as you post more.to make your profile click on user cp left side of screen then edit profile.:)
 

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Not positive but you should be able to look at the picture gallery. There's a link in the photography forum.
 

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Hi everybody, Thanks for the great welcome.

I have a 125gal reeftank with overflows, 30gal sump, and halides.
I made the stand and the control system myself, as a hobby.

My friends include a Naso Tang, a Yellow Tang and a Sleeper Goby.
They have a 6' reef with live corals, small amemones and five different colors coraline algea.

I feed the fish by hand...alot. So I get a slight green algea bloom sometimes, and no doubt its a result of overfeeding. Why lie? A couple of years ago I began to reduce the amount of processed food and began to feed them more fresh vegetables.

I see that most of you are my neighbors; that's pretty cool.

Charles
 
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