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Old July 11th, 2005, 01:51 AM
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Default Anyone know of a higher traffic list?

Anyone know of a higher traffic list?

It's been a couple days now and no one has responded (or even read) my previous post: http://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=32617 ( 8 of the current 9 views were done by me ).

I've never had any luck with Windows-related developer mailing lists or forums -- in terms of very, very low traffic.

Does anyone on here know of a list (or forum) that has a lot of traffic where I could ask my systray question?


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This forum probably gets as much traffic as any of them. I saw that you posted this on a Saturday. Many people probably don't read posts on the weekend, too busy drinking...:)

However, and this is not a golden rule by any means, I have found that the many Windows questions are posted in the VB.Net forums (Beginning VB.Net, Pro VB.Net, etc.) but posting there doesn't necessarily mean your question will be answered any quicker than posting it here.

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