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Careless I was :lol:
Thanks for the help you guys, I finally finished my project!

Let's make this more interesting...

Yes- responses to a thread should be directly related to the original poster's question/problem. Tangential postings only sidetrack the issue.

Let's get back on-topic.

<Dani takes off admin hat> But the original thread starter finished his project already, so there's no harm still discussing the topic and letting things into a deeper conversation about it. (Since the original fella was already helped, afterall) I've gotta convince you to stop thinking of the forums like a support ticket system and lighten up by letting conversations flow naturally. ;) :p :cool: <Dani puts admin hat back on>

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<Dani takes off admin hat> But the original thread starter finished his project already, so there's no harm still discussing the topic and letting things into a deeper conversation about it. (Since the original fella was already helped, afterall) I've gotta convince you to stop thinking of the forums like a support ticket system and lighten up by letting conversations flow naturally. ;) :p :cool: <Dani puts admin hat back on>

Very good point. I had glossed over the fact that the project was finished... Sorry.

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It's okay this time, but if it happens again, I'm going to have to sick Dave's wombats on ya. And you KNOW he has a lot of those critters!

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Yep, Got the point...

I still got the doubt on this .. So let me as well post it as a new thread.

Thanks for the advice..

bye

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But the original thread starter finished his project already...

Actually, I also missed that statement, buried in a sea of code posts as it was. :) I wouldn't have added any input to this thread at all if I'd seen that.

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Yep, Got the point...

I still got the doubt on this .. So let me as well post it as a new thread.

Thanks for the advice..

bye

I was talking to WaltP :) We're all trying to apologize to you and tell you that you did nothing wrong.

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