I think the idea was to see if the circumstances look fairly similar so that
other people can see what has been tried already in a similar case. Is the
It usually helps us if your responses give some context. For example if one
individual asks one question and you reply just saying "Yes" but before your
message got to the list someone else had written a different question then
how does anyone else know what you are responding too?. In this case i went
to Nabble and found the post immediately before your response did give a
link. However, i have no idea if that is the link that mhaverin was
responding to when he/she said "I read that thread, but don't really get
what I was supposed to learn from it?"
Sorry this 'answer' is not very helpful!
Apols and regards from
Alexander Thurgood wrote
Me again. You also might want to read this thread :
which basically resumes the whole situation pretty well.
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