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Old May 13th, 2009, 12:51 PM
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It could be me, but if I went to a forum to ask for help, I would stay away from telling people what to do and what not to do. It's a free service, where people spend their own free time so I don't think it makes sense to tell them what to do and what not to do. You should be grateful with all the help you get. If you get a link to a web site or a useful link, follow it, read it, then come back and ask for follow up and clarification. Also, girly formatting with large fonts and funny color adds to the likeliness that your message is ignored.
I, for one, feel very tempted to hit the delete button when I see a request like this. I am here for my fun, not for your command....

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I am very much sorry for what I posted. And most importantly I am sorry to be a member of this site.

I could not understand why, after using the word "Please" as many as 4 times in a post, one can quote so harsh and frustrating comments.

It is not that I shall never be able to solve this problem. It can take some time. But I was not expecting colonial attitude from you. And my post was not targeted to you at all. I understood that you are a busy guy. But I failed to realize that you are harsh that much.
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Colonial attitude ?? You must have misunderstood me. I didn't have the intention to insult you, I was just advising you on how to post messages that yield the best result; something that, IMO, can only benefit you.

Please accept my apologies if I insulted you; like I said that was never my intention.

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