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Old 04-05-2006, 6:30 PM
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Welcome to the AOR forum. We have a Wikipedia page set up that details several of the AOR offerings; included are supporting software, reviews, Yahoo groups and much more. You can find that page here

No additional registration is required to view these pages; however, if you'd like to add something - and we hope you do - you must register first (you will see a 'Create An account' in the upper right hand corner of the page). This registration is seperate from your regular RR registration, and is free. Once you register we encourage you to read the Quick Editing guide, so you have an idea of the Wiki language and how to use it.

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Old 04-06-2006, 10:20 AM
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Is all the ebay clutter really necessary?

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Welcome to the AOR forum. We have a Wikipedia page set up that details several of the AOR offerings; included are supporting software, reviews, Yahoo groups and much more. You can find that page here

No additional registration is required to view these pages; however, if you'd like to add something - and we hope you do - you must register first (you will see a 'Create An account' in the upper right hand corner of the page). This registration is seperate from your regular RR registration, and is free. Once you register we encourage you to read the Quick Editing guide, so you have an idea of the Wiki language and how to use it.

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Old 04-06-2006, 10:26 AM
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Hello,

I have been looking at the AOR Wikipedia page for several months. I have no problem with the link to the AOR section of E-Bay with the exception of the "AOR" records and CDs.

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it is at the bottom of the page, and is very concise... how do you characterize it as "clutter" ?
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Old 04-07-2006, 11:01 AM
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well on my screen it was about an A4 page with maybe about 20 items each in it's own boxed area within the whole ebay box.
Surely just a link to an ebay page would be more than enough? That said, I fail to see why even a link to ebay is needed as it's not difficult to find/search in it's own right!
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Just a FYI....
With the new 3.0 implementation, editing the wiki no longer needs a seperate login. If you have a link you think is useful, don't be shy about adding it!
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The link to http://www.radioreference.com/wiki/index.php/AOR_Radios no longer works.
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That's a very old link - use the one below. Thanks

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