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CSN_Nick
Posts: 65
Joined: Nov 2013

Here are some FAQ to help you use the new chat. 

Q. How do I send a chat message?

Enter your message into the text box at the bottom of the chat area and press "Enter" on your keyboard.

 

Q. How do I view the other users currently online?

The column on the right of the chat window will list the other members that are logged in at the top.

At the bottom, you can see the total amount of users logged in.


Q. How do I send a private message?

Click the green dot next to the member’s username you wish to send a private chat

message to. A popup will appear. Type your message in the text box and click 

"Send Private Message".

 

 Q. How do I turn the sound on/off?

You can turn sound notifications on or off by clicking the speaker icon at the bottom of Chatroll.

 

Q. How can I pop-out my chat into another browser window?

Click the Pop-out button on the bottom of the chat to pop it out into another window.

 
Q. Why would I pop-out my chat?

You can pop-out your chat into another window to keep the chat open, even while you browse other windows on the Internet or on the Cancer Survivors Network. Having your chat popped-out lets you keep the conversation going even when you’re doing other tasks online or on your computer.  

Please do not remain inactive/idle in the chat room for a long period of time just so you don’t miss any chat conversation. We now permit members to review past chats any time they wish. You don’t even have to have been logged on to CSN when the chats took place. Just click on the chat link to open the chat window and scroll backwards to find earlier chats. 

Q. How do I use Chatroll on my phone/tablet?

Chatroll is completely HTML-based. It works on all mobile devices. The best way to view Chatroll on a mobile device is to click the Pop-out button on the bottom of the chat. This allows Chatroll to work optimally on mobile devices.

Q. Are there any special rules I need to be aware of to use the chat feature?

The same CSN terms and conditions apply to use of the chat feature. However, please be aware that when you enter chat, your username will appear in chat along with other members who are in the room. You may only wish to see what chat is like and might feel uncomfortable "saying" anything. This is understandable. Nevertheless, if someone greets you, please be courteous and reply. You can explain that you are only curious about how chat works and are having a quick look around. Once you have done that, if you still don't wish to interact, it is best to exit chat. The longer you stay without participating, the more uncomfortable others will become.

Please remember to be respectful of others' health care decisions, opinions, beliefs and faith. Giving advice or attempting to influence another person's health care decisions, opinions, beliefs, and/or faith is prohibited. And, please, keep it clean! Sexual innuendo, profanity, verbal abuse, and similarly offensive behavior is not allowed. 

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tufi000
Posts: 498
Joined: Jun 2005

WOOHOO!!!!!!!!!!!

peepers67
Posts: 1
Joined: Jul 2015

Hello

Im a new member and wanted to say hi to all

grandmasue
Posts: 7
Joined: Aug 2015

I am new to this sight, are you battling cancer now or are you a survivor?

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tufi000
Posts: 498
Joined: Jun 2005

Natalia K  check chat around noon  I think same person who sent one of those scammy private messages to me last week too that you mentioned before.

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SASH
Posts: 297
Joined: Apr 2006

My chat is still going to the old java based chat system.

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tufi000
Posts: 498
Joined: Jun 2005

use left colmn link Sash

jgharp
Posts: 6
Joined: Apr 2007

Hi Sash,

 

I rmember you from when I was on before. I haven't been on in about 2 years: I live in a senior-citizne apt complex and they haven't had Java on for a couple of years--not myplace to ask for it and the college, ie, unv about 5 minutes away doesn't have Java eithe---again no my place to ask them eithere. Judy

felinegruvy
Posts: 2
Joined: Jan 2014

Hello friends.....I have been thru 2 years of breast cancer treatment. i am considered cancer free. I should be jumping for joy but that is not the case. I find myself feeling worse then when i was in actual treatment. I have severe panic disorder, agoraphobia and depression. Am I crazy?? What is happening to me? I can barely function.

katie7769
Posts: 3
Joined: Nov 2014

No your not crazy!  I feel the same way.  I have been stuck in this house for a year & a half. I only go out once or twice a month , when I have to.  I never went out without my husband.  Now I'm really screwed. Last year they shut down my co. 2 weeks later my husband passsed away, 2 months later I lost my mother-n-law & nmy sister. So we also lost 5 pets in the middle of all this.  I wish I had never had that mastectomy.  I just wanted you to know your not the only one that feels that way.  Write any time you want. Sincerely katie

staytoncory
Posts: 2
Joined: Nov 2014

hi

staytoncory
Posts: 2
Joined: Nov 2014

i have panic attacks too. my name is cory. nice to meet u

your not crazy

Ouch_Ouch_Ouch
Posts: 410
Joined: Aug 2014

I feel for your emotional pain. However, I suggest that you all try the "Emotional Support" forum, though. You will find very empathetic and kind people there. It's the appropriate place to bring up these issues: http://csn.cancer.org/forum/137

The best to you all.

doris williams
Posts: 4
Joined: Jun 2015

I should have been so happy to cancer free.....but I hurt all the time my friends have deserted me and I'm very lonely our state of mind can affect our health and I can't shake this funk either I try to sew watch tv etc but depression is depression if u need to talk message me could use a friend

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Omabi
Posts: 1
Joined: Jul 2015

Hi Doris,

This is my first attempt to chat, so we'll see if I can send a message through to you. A friend of mine who is a cancer survivor says some of her friends pulled away as though her cancer was catching. I've noticed that too. People are funny! Hope you have some friends who will stick it out.

 

What kind of sewing do you enjoy? I love to quilt, but am undergoing chemo and have no energy or ambition. My brother (who is a veterinarian) told me years ago that with chemo, the doctor takes you as close to death as possible and then brings you back, hoping to have killed the cancer. I feel like they're doing a fine job of killing me. I too try to stay positive and choose not to wallow in my fears and self pity.

 

Well, if you receive this, please write back. Regards, Omabi

grandmasue
Posts: 7
Joined: Aug 2015

I have been battling for almost 5 years, I hate chemo................they say some has agent orange in it.........but what are the choices. put on makeu7p every day and try to call one friend each day.................I just wanted to stay home I was so tired but a lunch out one a week and a phone call a day...........ya gotta do it, do not go into ca**** mode

grandmasue
Posts: 7
Joined: Aug 2015

I am new also, but there sure does not seem to be much action

grandmasue
Posts: 7
Joined: Aug 2015

you could ask for an antidepression, I am on one , really makes a difference

gracesmiles52
Posts: 10
Joined: Jan 2015

Hi, does anyone out there have Multiple Sclerosis and Breadt Cancer? I am facing a Mastsectomy, chemo,radiation and then pills. I am concerned about the treatment and an MS relapse. How will the MS respond with the toxins and poisons (chemo & radiation). If anyone has any advice on this I Would appreciate it.

Thank you,

Kathy

goodgoing
Posts: 4
Joined: Jan 2015

I would talk it over with the  Dr.  and Medical team. Let us know how it gos. God bless you.

MissJoanna
Posts: 1
Joined: Mar 2015

My husband betrayed my trust in that he told the people in his office of my diagnosis without my approval or knowledge. one of those people goes to our church and now it is circulating there. I am devastated, hurt, feeling betrayed by the one person I thought I could trust. Angry that I my privacy has been violated. It's bad enough that I have to show my boobs to increasing numbers of professionals for the rest of my life.

 

doris williams
Posts: 4
Joined: Jun 2015

Shame on him I understand how u feel

grandmasue
Posts: 7
Joined: Aug 2015

sorry to hear that your husband spread the news, maybe he needs their support................I was introduced at church as the colon cancer person on the prayer list.........felt like the freak circus

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